Dollar General Cash on Hand 2010-2022 | DG

Dollar General cash on hand from 2010 to 2022. Cash on hand can be defined as cash deposits at financial institutions that can immediately be withdrawn at any time, and investments maturing in one year or less that are highly liquid and therefore regarded as cash equivalents and reported with or near cash line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.
  • Dollar General cash on hand for the quarter ending April 30, 2022 was $0.336B, a 51.22% decline year-over-year.
  • Dollar General cash on hand for 2022 was $0.345B, a 74.95% decline from 2021.
  • Dollar General cash on hand for 2021 was $1.377B, a 472.81% increase from 2020.
  • Dollar General cash on hand for 2020 was $0.24B, a 2.05% increase from 2019.
Dollar General Annual Cash on Hand
(Millions of US $)
2022 $345
2021 $1,377
2020 $240
2019 $235
2018 $267
2017 $188
2016 $158
2015 $580
2014 $506
2013 $141
2012 $126
2011 $497
2010 $222
2009 $378
Dollar General Quarterly Cash on Hand
(Millions of US $)
2022-04-30 $336
2022-01-31 $345
2021-10-31 $489
2021-07-31 $314
2021-04-30 $688
2021-01-31 $1,377
2020-10-31 $2,199
2020-07-31 $2,960
2020-04-30 $2,674
2020-01-31 $240
2019-10-31 $276
2019-07-31 $260
2019-04-30 $271
2019-01-31 $235
2018-10-31 $261
2018-07-31 $265
2018-04-30 $284
2018-01-31 $267
2017-10-31 $226
2017-07-31 $214
2017-04-30 $206
2017-01-31 $188
2016-10-31 $200
2016-07-31 $185
2016-04-30 $188
2016-01-31 $158
2015-10-31 $183
2015-07-31 $181
2015-04-30 $225
2015-01-31 $580
2014-10-31 $216
2014-07-31 $172
2014-04-30 $166
2014-01-31 $506
2013-10-31 $166
2013-07-31 $169
2013-04-30 $156
2013-01-31 $141
2012-10-31 $143
2012-07-31 $134
2012-04-30 $133
2012-01-31 $126
2011-10-31 $119
2011-07-31 $113
2011-04-30 $602
2011-01-31 $497
2010-10-31 $238
2010-07-31 $281
2010-04-30 $223
2010-01-31 $222
2009-10-31 $337
2009-07-31 $515
2009-04-30 $435
2009-01-31 $378
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Retail/Wholesale Retail - Discount & Variety $56.014B $34.220B
Dollar General Corporation is a discount retailers in the United States trading in low priced merchandise. The company offer a wider selection of merchandise, consumable items, seasonal items, home products and apparel. The company's merchandise comprises national brands from leading manufacturers, as well as own private brand selections with prices cheaper to national brands. It offers general merchandise under four categories - Consumables, Seasonal, Home products and Apparel. The Consumables Category consists of cleaning products, health & beauty products, packaged food and pet supplies. The Seasonal Products Category consists of prepaid phones, electronics, toys, hardware, automotive gardening supplies, stationery and home office supplies. The Home products Category includes kitchen supplies, frames, craft supplies and bed & bath. The Apparel Category offers casual daily wear for infants, children, girls, boys, women and men, along with socks, intimate wear, disposable diapers, accessories and shoes.
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