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Capital & Counties Properties PLC
LSE:CAPC

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Price: 131.3 GBX 5.46%
Updated: Jun 17, 2024
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Profitability Summary

Capital & Counties Properties PLC's profitability score is 40/100. We take all the information about a company's profitability (such as its margins, capital efficiency, free cash flow generating ability, and more) and consolidate it into one single number - the profitability score. The higher the profitability score, the more profitable the company is.

40/100
Profitability
Score

We take all the information about a company's profitability (such as its margins, capital efficiency, free cash flow generating ability, and more) and consolidate it into one single number - the profitability score. The higher the profitability score, the more profitable the company is.

We take all the information about a company's profitability (such as its margins, capital efficiency, free cash flow generating ability, and more) and consolidate it into one single number - the profitability score. The higher the profitability score, the more profitable the company is.

40/100
Profitability
Score
40/100
Profitability
Score

Past Growth

To be successful and remain in business, both growth and profitability are important and necessary. Net Income growth is often seen as a sign of a company's efficiency from an operational standpoint, but is influenced heavily by a company's goals and challenges and should therefore be assessed in conjunction with other metrics like revenue and operating income growth.

Margins

Profit margins represent what percentage of sales has turned into profits. Simply put, the percentage figure indicates how many cents of profit the company has generated for each dollar of sale.

Profit margins help investors assess if a company's management is generating enough profit from its sales and whether operating costs and overhead costs are being contained.

Earnings Waterfall
Capital & Counties Properties PLC

Revenue
74.1m GBP
Cost of Revenue
-16.5m GBP
Gross Profit
57.6m GBP
Operating Expenses
-24.4m GBP
Operating Income
33.2m GBP
Other Expenses
-245m GBP
Net Income
-211.8m GBP

Margins Comparison
Capital & Counties Properties PLC Competitors

Country Company Market Cap Gross
Margin
Operating
Margin
Net
Margin
UK
Capital & Counties Properties PLC
LSE:CAPC
1.1B GBP
78%
45%
-286%
US
Simon Property Group Inc
NYSE:SPG
48.5B USD
82%
50%
45%
US
Realty Income Corp
NYSE:O
46.5B USD
92%
44%
18%
SG
CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust
SGX:C38U
12.9B
65%
67%
55%
US
Kimco Realty Corp
NYSE:KIM
11.6B USD
69%
33%
35%
US
Regency Centers Corp
NASDAQ:REG
11.4B USD
70%
35%
27%
HK
Link Real Estate Investment Trust
HKEX:823
83.3B HKD
74%
69%
-15%
AU
Scentre Group
ASX:SCG
16.1B AUD
70%
66%
7%
US
Federal Realty Investment Trust
NYSE:FRT
8.4B USD
68%
35%
20%
FR
Klepierre SA
PAR:LI
7.3B EUR
73%
66%
14%
US
National Retail Properties Inc
NYSE:NNN
7.7B USD
97%
63%
47%
Country UK
Market Cap 1.1B GBP
Gross Margin
78%
Operating Margin
45%
Net Margin
-286%
Country US
Market Cap 48.5B USD
Gross Margin
82%
Operating Margin
50%
Net Margin
45%
Country US
Market Cap 46.5B USD
Gross Margin
92%
Operating Margin
44%
Net Margin
18%
Country SG
Market Cap 12.9B
Gross Margin
65%
Operating Margin
67%
Net Margin
55%
Country US
Market Cap 11.6B USD
Gross Margin
69%
Operating Margin
33%
Net Margin
35%
Country US
Market Cap 11.4B USD
Gross Margin
70%
Operating Margin
35%
Net Margin
27%
Country HK
Market Cap 83.3B HKD
Gross Margin
74%
Operating Margin
69%
Net Margin
-15%
Country AU
Market Cap 16.1B AUD
Gross Margin
70%
Operating Margin
66%
Net Margin
7%
Country US
Market Cap 8.4B USD
Gross Margin
68%
Operating Margin
35%
Net Margin
20%
Country FR
Market Cap 7.3B EUR
Gross Margin
73%
Operating Margin
66%
Net Margin
14%
Country US
Market Cap 7.7B USD
Gross Margin
97%
Operating Margin
63%
Net Margin
47%

Return on Capital

Return on capital ratios give a sense of how well a company is using its capital (equity, assets, capital employed, etc.) to generate profits (operating income, net income, etc.). In simple words, these ratios show how much income is generated for each dollar of capital invested.

Return on Capital Comparison
Capital & Counties Properties PLC Competitors

Country Company Market Cap ROE ROA ROCE ROIC
UK
Capital & Counties Properties PLC
LSE:CAPC
1.1B GBP
-14%
-9%
1%
2%
US
Simon Property Group Inc
NYSE:SPG
48.5B USD
84%
8%
10%
9%
US
Realty Income Corp
NYSE:O
46.5B USD
2%
1%
3%
3%
SG
CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust
SGX:C38U
12.9B
6%
3%
4%
4%
US
Kimco Realty Corp
NYSE:KIM
11.6B USD
7%
3%
3%
3%
US
Regency Centers Corp
NASDAQ:REG
11.4B USD
6%
3%
4%
4%
HK
Link Real Estate Investment Trust
HKEX:823
83.3B HKD
-1%
-1%
4%
10%
AU
Scentre Group
ASX:SCG
16.1B AUD
1%
0%
5%
4%
US
Federal Realty Investment Trust
NYSE:FRT
8.4B USD
8%
3%
5%
5%
FR
Klepierre SA
PAR:LI
7.3B EUR
2%
1%
5%
3%
US
National Retail Properties Inc
NYSE:NNN
7.7B USD
10%
5%
6%
6%
Country UK
Market Cap 1.1B GBP
ROE
-14%
ROA
-9%
ROCE
1%
ROIC
2%
Country US
Market Cap 48.5B USD
ROE
84%
ROA
8%
ROCE
10%
ROIC
9%
Country US
Market Cap 46.5B USD
ROE
2%
ROA
1%
ROCE
3%
ROIC
3%
Country SG
Market Cap 12.9B
ROE
6%
ROA
3%
ROCE
4%
ROIC
4%
Country US
Market Cap 11.6B USD
ROE
7%
ROA
3%
ROCE
3%
ROIC
3%
Country US
Market Cap 11.4B USD
ROE
6%
ROA
3%
ROCE
4%
ROIC
4%
Country HK
Market Cap 83.3B HKD
ROE
-1%
ROA
-1%
ROCE
4%
ROIC
10%
Country AU
Market Cap 16.1B AUD
ROE
1%
ROA
0%
ROCE
5%
ROIC
4%
Country US
Market Cap 8.4B USD
ROE
8%
ROA
3%
ROCE
5%
ROIC
5%
Country FR
Market Cap 7.3B EUR
ROE
2%
ROA
1%
ROCE
5%
ROIC
3%
Country US
Market Cap 7.7B USD
ROE
10%
ROA
5%
ROCE
6%
ROIC
6%

Free Cash Flow

Free cash flow (FCF) is the money a company has left over after paying its operating expenses and capital expenditures. The more free cash flow a company has, the more it can allocate to dividends, paying down debt, and growth opportunities.

If a company has a decreasing free cash flow, that is not necessarily bad if the company is investing in its growth.

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