Macquarie Infrastructure Revenue 2006-2019 | MIC

Macquarie Infrastructure revenue from 2006 to 2019. Revenue can be defined as the amount of money a company receives from its customers in exchange for the sales of goods or services. Revenue is the top line item on an income statement from which all costs and expenses are subtracted to arrive at net income.
Macquarie Infrastructure Annual Revenue
(Millions of US $)
2018 $1,762
2017 $1,669
2016 $1,502
2015 $1,639
2014 $1,351
2013 $1,041
2012 $1,034
2011 $989
2010 $841
2009 $710
2008 $977
2007 $754
2006 $520
2005 $305
Macquarie Infrastructure Quarterly Revenue
(Millions of US $)
Q1 2019 $482
Q4 2018 $343
Q3 2018 $473
Q2 2018 $478
Q1 2018 $467
Q4 2017 $325
Q3 2017 $453
Q2 2017 $439
Q1 2017 $451
Q4 2016 $288
Q3 2016 $421
Q2 2016 $398
Q1 2016 $396
Q4 2015 $401
Q3 2015 $416
Q2 2015 $424
Q1 2015 $398
Q4 2014 $405
Q3 2014 $389
Q2 2014 $281
Q1 2014 $276
Q4 2013 $261
Q3 2013 $264
Q2 2013 $253
Q1 2013 $264
Q4 2012 $251
Q3 2012 $259
Q2 2012 $259
Q1 2012 $265
Q4 2011 $250
Q3 2011 $252
Q2 2011 $247
Q1 2011 $240
Q4 2010 $221
Q3 2010 $213
Q2 2010 $205
Q1 2010 $201
Q4 2009 $194
Q3 2009 $186
Q2 2009 $163
Q1 2009 $167
Q4 2008 $135
Q3 2008 $277
Q2 2008 $287
Q1 2008 $279
Q4 2007 $187
Q3 2007 $222
Q2 2007 $177
Q1 2007 $169
Q4 2006 $165
Q3 2006 $163
Q2 2006 $106
Q1 2006 $86
Q4 2005 $87
Q3 2005 $80
Q2 2005 $73
Q1 2005 $66
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Multi-Sector Conglomerates Diversified Operations $3.407B $1.762B
Macquarie owns, operate and invests in a diversified group of infrastructure businesses, which provide basic, everyday services, in the United States and other developed countries. Its initial businesses and investments consist of an airport services business (Atlantic and AvPorts), an airport parking business (PCAA and Avistar) and a district energy business (Thermal Chicago and Northwind Aladdin), a UK regulated water utility and in Macquarie Communications Infrastructure Group.
Stock Name Country Market Cap PE Ratio
Honeywell (HON) United States $127.071B 21.88
United Technologies (UTX) United States $112.253B 16.78
Danaher (DHR) United States $101.770B 30.90
3M (MMM) United States $99.941B 17.86
General Electric (GE) United States $89.650B 16.06
Icahn Enterprises (IEP) United States $14.084B 0.00
Carlisle (CSL) United States $8.054B 21.26
ITT (ITT) United States $5.581B 18.86
Crane (CR) United States $4.828B 13.17
Federal Signal (FSS) United States $1.552B 17.17
Raven Industries (RAVN) United States $1.246B 28.11
Griffon (GFF) United States $0.758B 15.87
National Presto Industries (NPK) United States $0.653B 14.83
Steel Partners Holdings LP (SPLP) United States $0.342B 0.00
Lydall (LDL) United States $0.335B 9.36
STANDARD DIVERSIFIED INC (SDI) United States $0.323B 0.00
HC2 Holdings (HCHC) United States $0.105B 0.00
Lsb Industries (LXU) United States $0.102B 0.00