MetLife Earnings before Tax Trend

MET -- USA Stock  

USD 44.19  0.25  0.56%

This module enables investors to look at MetLife various fundamental indicators over time in order to gain insight into the company future performance. Macroaxis historical fundamental analysis tools allow evaluation of not only typical financial statement drivers such as Consolidated Income of 3.2 B, Cost of Revenue of 49.5 B or Earning Before Interest and Taxes EBIT of 3.8 B, but also many exotic indicators such as Calculated Tax Rate of 33.8294, Accrued Expenses Turnover of 25.9525 or Cash and Equivalents Turnover of 6.986. This module is a perfect complement to use when analyzing MetLife Valuation or Volatility. It can also complement various MetLife Technical models. Please see also analysis of MetLife Correlation with competitors.
Showing smoothed Earnings before Tax of MetLife with missing and latest data points interpolated. Earnings Before Tax is calculated by adding Income Tax Expense back to Net Income.
Earnings before Tax10 Years Trend
Very volatile
 Earnings before Tax 

Regression Statistics

Arithmetic Mean  3,276,960,526
Coefficient Of Variation  122.62
Mean Deviation  3,154,133,772
Median  3,820,526,316
Standard Deviation  4,018,080,058
Range  13,487,000,000
R Value  0.12
R Squared  0.0141
Significance  0.71
Slope  132,331,432

MetLife Earnings before Tax Over Time

2016-12-31 (199,000,000) 
2017-12-31 (199,000,000) 
2018-12-31  3,820,526,316 

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MetLife Upcoming Company Events

Upcoming Quarterly ReportMay 3, 2017
Next Earnings ReportAugust 2, 2017
Please see also analysis of MetLife Correlation with competitors. Please also try Correlation Analysis module to reduce portfolio risk simply by holding instruments which are not perfectly correlated.