Mattel EBITDA 2006-2019 | MAT

Mattel ebitda from 2006 to 2019. Ebitda can be defined as earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization.
Mattel Annual EBITDA
(Millions of US $)
2019 $284
2018 $38
2017 $-61
2016 $782
2015 $806
2014 $902
2013 $1,364
2012 $1,195
2011 $1,202
2010 $1,068
2009 $901
2008 $714
2007 $902
2006 $901
2005 $840
Mattel Quarterly EBITDA
(Millions of US $)
2019-09-30 $213
2019-06-30 $10
2019-03-31 $-68
2018-12-31 $172
2018-09-30 $194
2018-06-30 $-121
2018-03-31 $-208
2017-12-31 $-169
2017-09-30 $153
2017-06-30 $15
2017-03-31 $-61
2016-12-31 $328
2016-09-30 $383
2016-06-30 $54
2016-03-31 $17
2015-12-31 $362
2015-09-30 $367
2015-06-30 $67
2015-03-31 $10
2014-12-31 $309
2014-09-30 $477
2014-06-30 $59
2014-03-31 $58
2013-12-31 $531
2013-09-30 $578
2013-06-30 $144
2013-03-31 $112
2012-12-31 $421
2012-09-30 $531
2012-06-30 $174
2012-03-31 $69
2011-12-31 $537
2011-09-30 $440
2011-06-30 $149
2011-03-31 $76
2010-12-31 $470
2010-09-30 $401
2010-06-30 $111
2010-03-31 $86
2009-12-31 $461
2009-09-30 $377
2009-06-30 $74
2009-03-31 $-11
2008-12-31 $276
2008-09-30 $358
2008-06-30 $73
2008-03-31 $7
2007-12-31 $406
2007-09-30 $355
2007-06-30 $77
2007-03-31 $64
2006-12-31 $433
2006-09-30 $365
2006-06-30 $93
2006-03-31 $10
2005-12-31 $367
2005-09-30 $350
2005-06-30 $73
2005-03-31 $50
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Consumer Discretionary Toys, Games and Hobby Products $3.143B $4.505B
Mattel, Inc. is the worldwide leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of toys and family products. The Mattel family is comprised of such best-selling brands as Barbie, the most popular fashion doll ever introduced, Hot Wheels, Matchbox, American Girl, Radica and Hot Wheels RC, as well as Fisher-Price brands, including Thomas & Friends, Little People, Power Wheels and a wide array of entertainment-inspired toy lines. Mattel was named as one of FORTUNE Magazine's `100 Best Companies to Work For` for the fifth year in a row. Mattel also is ranked among Corporate Responsibility Magazine's `100 Best Corporate Citizens` and the `World's Most Ethical Companies.` Mattel, Inc. sells its products directly to consumers via its catalog, Website, and proprietary retail stores, as well as directly to retailers, including discount and free-standing toy stores, chain stores, department stores, and other retail outlets; to wholesalers; and through agents and distributors.
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