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KEY FIGURES

With the tool below, KONE's key financial figures can be analyzed in a graph or a table format. Information from the tool can be downloaded in excel, pdf or jpg format.

Calculation of key figures

  • The average number of employees at the end of each calendar month during the accounting period

  • [net income / total equity (average of the figures for the accounting period)] x 100

  • [(net income + financing expenses) / (equity + Interest-bearing-debt (average of the figures for the accounting period))] x 100

  • [total equity/ (total assets-advance payments received)] x 100

  • [(interest-bearing-debt - liquid assets - loans receivable) / total equity] x 100

  • net income attributable to the shareholders of the parent company / (issue and conversion adjusted weighted average number of shares - repurchased own shares)

  • total shareholders' equity / (number of shares (issue adjusted) - repurchased own shares)

  • dividend payable for the accounting period / (issue and conversion - adjusted weighted average number of shares - repurchased own shares)

  • (dividend per share / earnings per share) x 100

  • (dividend per share / price of class B shares at the end of the accounting period) x 100

  • price of class B shares at the end of the accounting period / earnings per share

  • total EUR value of all class B shares traded / average number of class B shares traded during the accounting period

  • the number of shares (A + B) at the end of the accounting period times the price of class B shares at the end of the accounting period (excluding repurchased own shares)

  • number of class B shares traded during the accounting period.

  • (number of class B shares traded / average weighted number of class B shares) x 100