Mattel Cash on Hand 2010-2024 | MAT

Mattel 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 Cash on hand can be defined as cash deposits at financial institutions that can immediately be withdrawn at any time, and investments maturing in one year or less that are highly liquid and therefore regarded as cash equivalents and reported with or near cash line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.
  • Mattel cash on hand for the quarter ending March 31, 2024 was $1.130B, a 144.79% increase year-over-year.
  • Mattel cash on hand for 2023 was $1.261B, a 65.7% increase from 2022.
  • Mattel cash on hand for 2022 was $0.761B, a 4.08% increase from 2021.
  • Mattel cash on hand for 2021 was $0.731B, a 4.04% decline from 2020.
Mattel Annual Cash on Hand
(Millions of US $)
2023 $1,261
2022 $761
2021 $731
2020 $762
2019 $630
2018 $594
2017 $1,079
2016 $870
2015 $893
2014 $972
2013 $1,039
2012 $1,336
2011 $1,369
2010 $1,281
2009 $1,117
Mattel Quarterly Cash on Hand
(Millions of US $)
2024-03-31 $1,130
2023-12-31 $1,261
2023-09-30 $456
2023-06-30 $300
2023-03-31 $462
2022-12-31 $761
2022-09-30 $349
2022-06-30 $275
2022-03-31 $537
2021-12-31 $731
2021-09-30 $149
2021-06-30 $385
2021-03-31 $615
2020-12-31 $762
2020-09-30 $452
2020-06-30 $462
2020-03-31 $499
2019-12-31 $630
2019-09-30 $218
2019-06-30 $194
2019-03-31 $380
2018-12-31 $594
2018-09-30 $209
2018-06-30 $229
2018-03-31 $527
2017-12-31 $1,079
2017-09-30 $181
2017-06-30 $275
2017-03-31 $382
2016-12-31 $870
2016-09-30 $297
2016-06-30 $318
2016-03-31 $600
2015-12-31 $893
2015-09-30 $290
2015-06-30 $300
2015-03-31 $683
2014-12-31 $972
2014-09-30 $262
2014-06-30 $518
2014-03-31 $897
2013-12-31 $1,039
2013-09-30 $406
2013-06-30 $823
2013-03-31 $1,260
2012-12-31 $1,336
2012-09-30 $282
2012-06-30 $372
2012-03-31 $785
2011-12-31 $1,369
2011-09-30 $255
2011-06-30 $418
2011-03-31 $1,049
2010-12-31 $1,281
2010-09-30 $961
2010-06-30 $545
2010-03-31 $872
2009-12-31 $1,117
2009-09-30 $324
2009-06-30 $423
2009-03-31 $405
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Consumer Discretionary Toys, Games and Hobby Products $6.153B $5.441B
Mattel Inc. is the world's largest manufacturer of toys. The company's products are sold directly to retailers and wholesalers in most European, Latin American and Asian countries as well as in Australia, Canada and New Zealand through the Mattel Girls & Boys Brands, Fisher-Price Brands, American Girl Brands, and Construction and Arts & Crafts Brands. The products are sold through agents as well as distributors in countries where Mattel has no direct presence. Mattel's portfolio of global brands has vast intellectual property potential. The brands and products are widely classified as Power Brands and Toy Box. The company's Power Brands include Barbie, Hot Wheels, Fisher-Price, Thomas & Friends, and American Girl. Toy Box includes new and innovative products as well as time-tested classics from Mattel-owned and licensed entertainment properties.
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