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Eli Lilly And Co
$311.46
After Hours:
$311.01
(0.14%)-0.45
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StockUS listed securityUS headquartered
Previous close
$310.93
Day range
$305.12 - $315.18
Year range
$220.20 - $335.33
Market cap
295.94B USD
Avg Volume
2.54M
P/E ratio
49.70
Dividend yield
1.26%
Primary exchange
NYSE
CDP Climate Change Score
B
Financials
Income Statement
Revenue
Net income
(USD)Jun 2022Y/Y change
Revenue
6.49B-3.74%
Operating expense
3.31B1.32%
Net income
952.50M-31.48%
Net profit margin
14.68-28.84%
Earnings per share
1.25-33.16%
EBITDA
2.09B-9.35%
Effective tax rate
12.69%
Total assets
Total liabilities
(USD)Jun 2022Y/Y change
Cash and short-term investments
2.77B-16.15%
Total assets
47.06B-1.56%
Total liabilities
38.40B-6.66%
Total equity
8.66B
Shares outstanding
950.17M
Price to book
34.59
Return on assets
9.28%
Return on capital
16.91%
Net change in cash
(USD)Jun 2022Y/Y change
Net income
952.50M-31.48%
Cash from operations
820.70M-53.78%
Cash from investing
-463.90M4.01%
Cash from financing
-123.70M88.58%
Net change in cash
163.70M-24.77%
Free cash flow
2.45B14.29%
About
Eli Lilly and Company is an American pharmaceutical company headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, with offices in 18 countries. Its products are sold in approximately 125 countries. The company was founded in 1876 by, and named after, Colonel Eli Lilly, a pharmaceutical chemist and veteran of the American Civil War. As of 2022, Lilly is known for its clinical depression drugs Prozac and Cymbalta and its antipsychotic medication Zyprexa, although its primary revenue drivers are the diabetes drugs Humalog and Trulicity. Lilly's achievements include being the first company to mass-produce the polio vaccine developed by Jonas Salk, and insulin. It was one of the first pharmaceutical companies to produce human insulin using recombinant DNA including Humulin, Humalog, and the first approved biosimilar insulin product in the US, Basaglar. In 2009 Lilly pleaded guilty for illegally marketing Zyprexa and agreed to pay a $1.415 billion penalty that included criminal fine of $515 million, the largest ever in a healthcare case and the largest criminal fine for an individual corporation ever imposed in a US criminal prosecution of any kind. Wikipedia
Founded
1876
Website
Employees
35,000
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