Financial Statements

A-Mark Precious Metals Inc.

A-Mark Precious Metals Inc. (AMRK)

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Balance Sheet Statement

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Year 2012201320142015201620172018
Cash and cash equivalents 11.2721.5713.1920.9317.1413.066.29
Short-term investments ---60.03103.74108.83117.82
Cash and short-term investments 11.2721.5713.1980.96120.88121.88124.11
Receivables 127.39109.95102.8230.0243.3039.3035.86
Inventories 143.46162.38175.55191.50245.06284.66280.12
Property, Plant & Equipment Net
Goodwill and Intangible Assets 8.418.037.647.256.6112.9515.74
Long-term investments --0.503.158.377.978.39
Tax assets 16.865.993.149.727.953.965.42
Total non-current assets 0.330.550.030.917.251.128.02
Total current assets 9.589.249.8114.0418.8931.4836.02
Total assets 309.12309.61305.14326.66437.15478.50743.00
Payables 91.4887.0377.4350.6446.7741.9546.00
Short-term debt 106.58133.55159.81186.43271.36315.84313.94
Total current liabilities 253.21255.80255.65269.79366.59404.36665.87
Long-term debt ------7.23
Total debt 106.58133.55159.81186.43271.36315.84321.17
Deferred revenue -------
Tax Liabilities 21.989.063.670.917.251.42-
Deposit Liabilities -------
Total non-current liabilities 0.330.550.030.917.251.128.02
Total liabilities 253.54256.35255.68270.70373.84405.48673.89
Other comprehensive income -------
Retained earnings (deficit) 31.3028.8127.0733.4241.0245.9940.91
Total stockholders equity -------
Investments --0.5063.18112.11116.79126.21
Net Debt 95.30111.99146.62105.47150.48193.96197.06
Other Assets 17.416.483.7510.149.021.18266.90
Other Liabilities 55.1535.2218.4132.7348.4746.57305.93

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