Axfood Retail Study

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Bokslutskommuniké Axfood AB – 1 jan–31 dec 2013

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SAMMANFATTNING AV FJÄRDE KVARTALET

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Axfoods konsoliderade omsättning uppgick under perioden oktober – december till 9 550 Mkr (9 252), en ökning med 3,2 procent. Omsättningen i egenägd detaljhandel ökade med 3,8 procent under perioden. Omsättningen i jämförbara butiker ökade under perioden med 1,5 procent. Rörelseresultatet för perioden uppgick till 340 Mkr (258). Resultatet efter finansiella poster för perioden uppgick till 337 Mkr (250). Resultatet efter skatt var för perioden 257 Mkr (229) och resultat per aktie 4,79 kr (4,37). Axfood beslutade att slå ihop all transport och lagerverksamhet till en enhet. Styrelsen föreslår en utdelning om 15 kr per aktie (12). Axfoods målsättning för 2014 är att överträffa 2013 års resultat.

INGA VÄSENTLIGA HÄNDELSER HAR INTRÄFFAT EFTER BALANSDAGEN
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Kv 4 2013 Kv 4 2012 Förändring Helår 2013 Helår 2012 Förändring

Nettoomsättning Rörelseresultat Rörelseresultat exkl nedskrivningar Rörelsemarginal, % Rörelsemarginal exkl nedskrivningar, % Resultat efter finansiella poster Resultat efter skatt Resultat per aktie, kronor1 Kassaflöde per aktie, kronor Kassaflöde från den löpande verksamheten per aktie, kronor Räntabilitet på sysselsatt kapital, %2 Räntabilitet på eget kapital, %2 Eget kapital per aktie, kronor3 Soliditet, %

9 550 340 340 3,6 3,6 337 257 4,79 4,8 9,2 30,3 27,5 -

9 252 258 313 2,8 3,4 250 229 4,37 2,6 10,1 28,2 27,2 -

3,2% 31,8% 8,6% 0,8 0,2 34,8% 12,2% 9,6% 84,6% -8,9% 2,1 0,3 -

37 522 1 302 1 302 3,5 3,5 1 278 993 18,80 -1,2 30,4 30,3 27,5 71,82 42,6

36 306 1 200 1 255 3,3 3,5 1 162 902 17,20 3,9 36,5 28,2 27,2 64,76 38,8

3,3% 8,5% 3,7% 0,2 0,0 10,0% 10,1% 9,3% -16,7% 2,1 0,3 10,9% 3,8

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