Mattel Long Term Debt 2010-2024 | MAT

Mattel long term debt from 2010 to 2024. Long term debt can be defined as the sum of all long term debt fields.
  • Mattel long term debt for the quarter ending March 31, 2024 was $2.331B, a 0.19% increase year-over-year.
  • Mattel long term debt for 2023 was $2.33B, a 0.19% increase from 2022.
  • Mattel long term debt for 2022 was $2.326B, a 9.54% decline from 2021.
  • Mattel long term debt for 2021 was $2.571B, a 9.94% decline from 2020.
Mattel Annual Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2023 $2,330
2022 $2,326
2021 $2,571
2020 $2,855
2019 $2,847
2018 $2,852
2017 $2,873
2016 $2,134
2015 $1,785
2014 $2,100
2013 $1,600
2012 $1,100
2011 $1,500
2010 $950
2009 $700
Mattel Quarterly Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2024-03-31 $2,331
2023-12-31 $2,330
2023-09-30 $2,329
2023-06-30 $2,328
2023-03-31 $2,327
2022-12-31 $2,326
2022-09-30 $2,324
2022-06-30 $2,323
2022-03-31 $2,322
2021-12-31 $2,571
2021-09-30 $2,570
2021-06-30 $2,839
2021-03-31 $2,838
2020-12-31 $2,855
2020-09-30 $2,853
2020-06-30 $2,851
2020-03-31 $2,849
2019-12-31 $2,847
2019-09-30 $2,857
2019-06-30 $2,855
2019-03-31 $2,853
2018-12-31 $2,852
2018-09-30 $2,850
2018-06-30 $2,848
2018-03-31 $2,872
2017-12-31 $2,873
2017-09-30 $1,886
2017-06-30 $1,886
2017-03-31 $1,885
2016-12-31 $2,134
2016-09-30 $2,133
2016-06-30 $1,786
2016-03-31 $1,785
2015-12-31 $1,785
2015-09-30 $2,084
2015-06-30 $2,083
2015-03-31 $2,083
2014-12-31 $2,100
2014-09-30 $2,100
2014-06-30 $2,100
2014-03-31 $1,600
2013-12-31 $1,600
2013-09-30 $1,600
2013-06-30 $1,600
2013-03-31 $1,600
2012-12-31 $1,100
2012-09-30 $1,150
2012-06-30 $1,150
2012-03-31 $1,150
2011-12-31 $1,500
2011-09-30 $900
2011-06-30 $950
2011-03-31 $950
2010-12-31 $950
2010-09-30 $960
2010-06-30 $460
2010-03-31 $700
2009-12-31 $700
2009-09-30 $710
2009-06-30 $710
2009-03-31 $750
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Consumer Discretionary Toys, Games and Hobby Products $6.049B $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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