Net Profit Margins
Texas Instruments Inc.’s revenue fell -5.15% since last year same period to $3594Mn in the Q1 2019. On a quarterly growth basis, Texas Instruments Inc. has generated -3.31% fall in its revenue since last 3-months.
Texas Instruments Inc.’s net profit fell -10.91% since last year same period to $1217Mn in the Q1 2019. On a quarterly growth basis, Texas Instruments Inc. has generated -1.78% fall in its net profits since last 3-months.
Texas Instruments Inc.’s net profit margin fell -6.07% since last year same period to 33.86% in the Q1 2019. On a quarterly growth basis, Texas Instruments Inc. has generated 1.59% jump in its net profit margins since last 3-months.
EPS Estimate Current Quarter
EPS Estimate Current Year
Texas Instruments Inc.’s earning per share (EPS) estimates for the current quarter stand at 1.98 - a -17.15% fall from last quarter’s estimates.
Texas Instruments Inc.’s earning per share (EPS) estimates for the current year stand at 1.98.
Return on Assets (ROA)
Return on Equity (ROE)
Dividend Per Share (DPS)
Return on assets (ROA) indicates the profitability of the company in relation to its total assets. This ratio tells the financial health of the company. The higher the ROA, the better the company’s financial health. If any company has a ROA in the range of 5% to 20% - it is generally considered good. ROA above 20% is generally considered excellent. Texas Instruments Inc.’s return on assets (ROA) stands at 0.24.
The Return On Equity ratio indicates a company’s ability to turn equity capital received from shareholders into profits. ROE highlights the efficiency of equity capital in running the business. Generally, a return on equity in double digits is considered good. Texas Instruments Inc.’s return on equity (ROE) stands at 0.63.
Texas Instruments Inc. declared 1.24 dividend per share during the earnings announcement for Q4 2022.
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