Crocs ROE 2006-2018 | CROX

Current and historical return on equity (ROE) values for Crocs (CROX) over the last 10 years. Return on equity can be defined as the amount of net income returned as a percentage of shareholders equity. Return on equity measures a corporation's profitability by revealing how much profit a company generates with the money shareholders have invested. Crocs ROE for the three months ending June 30, 2018 was 13.84%.
Crocs Annual ROE
2017 5.51
2016 -7.48
2015 -33.82
2014 -1.09
2013 1.67
2012 21.27
2011 22.94
2010 18.01
2009 -14.63
2008 -64.45
2007 37.88
2006 30.93
2005 81.94
Crocs Quarterly ROE
Q2 2018 17.34
Q1 2018 8.97
Q4 2017 -13.11
Q3 2017 0.70
Q2 2017 8.90
Q1 2017 4.70
Q4 2016 -18.44
Q3 2016 -0.56
Q2 2016 5.59
Q1 2016 3.90
Q4 2015 -28.53
Q3 2015 -7.21
Q2 2015 3.33
Q1 2015 -0.60
Q4 2014 -11.73
Q3 2014 2.74
Q2 2014 3.73
Q1 2014 1.47
Q4 2013 -10.71
Q3 2013 1.89
Q2 2013 5.30
Q1 2013 4.57
Q4 2012 -0.58
Q3 2012 7.03
Q2 2012 10.54
Q1 2012 5.36
Q4 2011 1.13
Q3 2011 6.16
Q2 2011 11.84
Q1 2011 5.29
Q4 2010 1.26
Q3 2010 6.85
Q2 2010 9.91
Q1 2010 1.95
Q4 2009 -3.98
Q3 2009 7.54
Q2 2009 -11.56
Q1 2009 -8.46
Q4 2008 -12.08
Q3 2008 -47.50
Q2 2008 0.46
Q1 2008 -1.00
Q4 2007 8.62
Q3 2007 13.71
Q2 2007 15.01
Q1 2007 10.04
Q4 2006 9.98
Q3 2006 12.13
Q2 2006 10.54
Q1 2006 4.99
Q4 2005 20.14
Q3 2005 0.00
Q2 2005 0.00
Q1 2005 0.00
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Consumer Discretionary Textile - Apparel Manufacturing $1.465B $1.024B
Crocs, Inc. is a world leader in innovative casual footwear for men, women and children. Crocs offers a broad portfolio of all-season products, while remaining true to its core molded footwear heritage. All Crocs? shoes feature Croslite? material, a proprietary, revolutionary technology that gives each pair of shoes the soft, comfortable, lightweight, non-marking and odor-resistant qualities that Crocs fans have known and love. Crocs celebrates the fun of being a little different and encourages fans to `Find Your Fun` in every colorful pair of shoes.
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