Columbia Sportswear Cash on Hand 2010-2024 | COLM

Columbia Sportswear cash on hand from 2010 to 2024. Cash on hand can be defined as cash deposits at financial institutions that can immediately be withdrawn at any time, and investments maturing in one year or less that are highly liquid and therefore regarded as cash equivalents and reported with or near cash line items.
Columbia Sportswear Annual Cash on Hand
(Millions of US $)
2023 $765
2022 $431
2021 $895
2020 $792
2019 $688
2018 $715
2017 $768
2016 $552
2015 $370
2014 $441
2013 $529
2012 $335
2011 $244
2010 $303
2009 $409
Columbia Sportswear Quarterly Cash on Hand
(Millions of US $)
2024-03-31 $788
2023-12-31 $765
2023-09-30 $215
2023-06-30 $303
2023-03-31 $461
2022-12-31 $431
2022-09-30 $160
2022-06-30 $414
2022-03-31 $610
2021-12-31 $895
2021-09-30 $601
2021-06-30 $821
2021-03-31 $875
2020-12-31 $792
2020-09-30 $315
2020-06-30 $476
2020-03-31 $707
2019-12-31 $688
2019-09-30 $241
2019-06-30 $524
2019-03-31 $703
2018-12-31 $715
2018-09-30 $465
2018-06-30 $775
2018-03-31 $808
2017-12-31 $768
2017-09-30 $430
2017-06-30 $622
2017-03-31 $590
2016-12-31 $552
2016-09-30 $220
2016-06-30 $429
2016-03-31 $451
2015-12-31 $370
2015-09-30 $174
2015-06-30 $417
2015-03-31 $455
2014-12-31 $441
2014-09-30 $186
2014-06-30 $394
2014-03-31 $568
2013-12-31 $529
2013-09-30 $303
2013-06-30 $431
2013-03-31 $375
2012-12-31 $335
2012-09-30 $96
2012-06-30 $229
2012-03-31 $253
2011-12-31 $244
2011-09-30 $90
2011-06-30 $298
2011-03-31 $335
2010-12-31 $303
2010-09-30 $236
2010-06-30 $398
2010-03-31 $416
2009-12-31 $409
2009-09-30 $211
2009-06-30 $318
2009-03-31 $300
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Consumer Discretionary Textile - Apparel Manufacturing $4.832B $3.487B
Columbia Sportswear engages in the sourcing, marketing and distribution of outdoor and active lifestyle apparel, footwear, accessories and equipment internationally. The company offers products under 4 well-established brands - Columbia, Sorel, Mountain Hardwear and prAna. Amongst other brands, The OutDry and The Pacific Trail are well known. The company also engages in innovation, in order to match consumers changing preferences, especially in relation with outdoor activities. The company distributes its products through wholesale distribution channels, own direct-to-consumer channels, independent international distributors, as well as licensees. Columbia reports its operating results under 2 major segments: Apparel, accessories and equipment segment: This segment designs, develops, markets and distributes apparel, accessories and equipment for men & women. Footwear segment: The segment designs, develops, markets and distributes footwear products for men, women and youth under its Columbia and Sorel brands.
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