Net Income (Quarterly) Chart

Historical Net Income (Quarterly) Data

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Date Value
December 31, 2023 937.84M
September 30, 2023 1.677B
June 30, 2023 1.488B
March 31, 2023 1.305B
December 31, 2022 55.28M
September 30, 2022 1.398B
June 30, 2022 1.441B
March 31, 2022 1.597B
December 31, 2021 607.43M
September 30, 2021 1.449B
June 30, 2021 1.353B
March 31, 2021 1.707B
December 31, 2020 542.16M
September 30, 2020 789.98M
June 30, 2020 720.20M
March 31, 2020 709.07M
December 31, 2019 586.97M
September 30, 2019 665.24M
June 30, 2019 270.65M
March 31, 2019 344.05M
December 31, 2018 133.93M
September 30, 2018 402.84M
June 30, 2018 384.35M
March 31, 2018 290.12M
December 31, 2017 185.52M
Date Value
September 30, 2017 129.59M
June 30, 2017 65.60M
March 31, 2017 178.22M
December 31, 2016 66.75M
September 30, 2016 51.52M
June 30, 2016 40.76M
March 31, 2016 27.66M
December 31, 2015 43.18M
September 30, 2015 29.43M
June 30, 2015 26.34M
March 31, 2015 23.70M
December 31, 2014 83.37M
September 30, 2014 59.30M
June 30, 2014 71.02M
March 31, 2014 53.12M
December 31, 2013 48.42M
September 30, 2013 31.82M
June 30, 2013 29.47M
March 31, 2013 2.689M
December 31, 2012 7.897M
September 30, 2012 7.675M
June 30, 2012 6.164M
March 31, 2012 -4.584M
December 31, 2011 35.22M
September 30, 2011 62.46M

Net Income Definition

Net Income is the total amount of profit earned by a company. This metric boils down to the overall profit that is left from the revenue that a company receives after taking out various operational line items like cost of goods sold, income tax expense, SG&A expense, etc. Eventually, all companies would want to have a consistent positive and growing net income, so that this can be used for various purposes like reinvesting into the company, paying off debt, and potentially paying out dividends to shareholders.

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Net Income (Quarterly) Range, Past 5 Years

55.28M
Minimum
Dec 2022
1.707B
Maximum
Mar 2021
982.22M
Average
863.91M
Median

Net Income (Quarterly) Benchmarks