AutoZone Long Term Debt 2006-2020 | AZO

AutoZone long term debt from 2006 to 2020. Long term debt can be defined as the sum of all long term debt fields.
  • AutoZone long term debt for the quarter ending May 31, 2020 was $7.900B, a 53.33% increase year-over-year.
  • AutoZone long term debt for 2019 was $5.206B, a 4% increase from 2018.
  • AutoZone long term debt for 2018 was $5.006B, a 1.48% decline from 2017.
  • AutoZone long term debt for 2017 was $5.081B, a 3.19% increase from 2016.
AutoZone Annual Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2019 $5,206
2018 $5,006
2017 $5,081
2016 $4,924
2015 $4,625
2014 $4,142
2013 $4,013
2012 $3,718
2011 $3,318
2010 $2,882
2009 $2,727
2008 $2,250
2007 $1,936
2006 $1,857
2005 $1,862
AutoZone Quarterly Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2020-05-31 $7,900
2020-02-29 $7,946
2019-11-30 $7,794
2019-08-31 $5,206
2019-05-31 $5,152
2019-02-28 $5,111
2018-11-30 $5,156
2018-08-31 $5,006
2018-05-31 $4,955
2018-02-28 $5,044
2017-11-30 $4,983
2017-08-31 $5,081
2017-05-31 $5,153
2017-02-28 $5,152
2016-11-30 $4,997
2016-08-31 $4,924
2016-05-31 $4,954
2016-02-29 $4,388
2015-11-30 $4,754
2015-08-31 $4,625
2015-05-31 $4,533
2015-02-28 $4,361
2014-11-30 $3,863
2014-08-31 $4,142
2014-05-31 $4,163
2014-02-28 $4,163
2013-11-30 $4,013
2013-08-31 $4,013
2013-05-31 $4,001
2013-02-28 $3,513
2012-11-30 $3,803
2012-08-31 $3,718
2012-05-31 $3,599
2012-02-29 $3,435
2011-11-30 $3,319
2011-08-31 $3,318
2011-05-31 $3,171
2011-02-28 $3,208
2010-11-30 $2,846
2010-08-31 $2,882
2010-05-31 $2,699
2010-02-28 $2,775
2009-11-30 $2,740
2009-08-31 $2,727
2009-05-31 $1,949
2009-02-28 $2,691
2008-11-30 $2,268
2008-08-31 $2,250
2008-05-31 $1,932
2008-02-29 $2,095
2007-11-30 $2,161
2007-08-31 $1,936
2007-05-31 $1,939
2007-02-28 $1,854
2006-11-30 $1,859
2006-08-31 $1,857
2006-05-31 $1,825
2006-02-28 $1,779
2005-11-30 $1,790
2005-08-31 $1,862
2005-05-31 $1,915
2005-02-28 $1,902
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Retail/Wholesale Retail & Wholesale Auto Parts $27.608B $11.864B
AutoZone, Inc. is the nation's leading retailer and a leading distributor of automotive replacement parts and accessories with stores in US, Puerto Rico, Mexico, and Brazil. Each AutoZone store carries an extensive product line for cars, sport utility vehicles, vans and light trucks, including new and remanufactured automotive hard parts, maintenance items, accessories and non-automotive products. Many of AutoZone stores also have a commercial sales program that provides commercial credit and prompt delivery of parts and other products to local, regional and national repair garages, dealers, service stations and public sector accounts. Additionally, AutoZone, Inc. sell automotive hard parts, maintenance items, accessories and non-automotive products through www.autozone.com, www.autozonepro.com and accessories, performance and replacement parts through www.autoanything.com, and commercial customers purchases through www.autozonepro.com and www.imcparts.net.
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