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Balance Sheet ABB Quote ABB Ltd

All | Income Statement | Balance Sheet | Cash Flow | Retained Earnings | PPE Schedule | Intangible and Goodwill Schedule
Year 201420152016
CashAndCashEqui 4,554 3,644 4,526
ShortTermInvest 1,644 1,953 1,102
Cash 6,198 5,597 5,628
AccountReceivab 7,197 7,293 7,883
Inventories 4,757 4,347 5,059
DeferredIncomeT 249 258 0
OtherCurrentAss 3,502 3,639 3,180
TotalCurrentAss 22,760 21,940 21,939
PPE 12,116 11,669 13,318
AccumulatedDepr -6,840 -6,926 -7,955
NetPPE 5,276 4,743 5,363
EquityAndOtherI 456 339 330
Goodwill 9,671 9,501 11,199
IntangibleAsset 2,337 1,996 2,622
OtherLTAssets 365 363 415
TotalNonCurrent 18,596 17,559 21,323
TotalAssets 41,356 39,499 43,262
ShortTermDebt 1,454 1,003 738
AccountsPayable 4,342 4,446 5,419
TaxesPayable 511 527 671
AccruedLiabilit 2,460 2,415 2,725
DeferredRevenue 1,754 1,545 1,504
OtherCurrentLia 5,074 5,213 5,216
TotalCurrentLia 15,844 15,407 16,273
Debt 5,985 5,800 6,709
DeferredTaxesLi 965 957 1,099
DeferredRevenue 85 80 82
OtherLTLiabilit 1,565 1,524 1,868
TotalNonCurrent 11,031 10,697 12,170
TotalLiabilitie 26,875 26,104 28,443
CommonStock 1,444 216 188
AdditionalPaidI 0 0 29
RetainedEarning 20,476 19,925 19,594
AccumulatedOthe -4,858 -5,187 -4,345
TotalStockholde 14,481 13,395 14,819
TotalLiabilitie 41,356 39,499 43,262
ABB Ltd income statement is the only one that provides an overview of company sales and net income
The reasoning behind the adjustment, however, is that free cash flow is meant to measure money being spent right now, not transactions that happened in the past. This makes ABB Ltd FCF a useful instrument for identifying growing companies with high up-front costs, which may eat into earnings now but have the potential to pay off later.