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Mondelez International Reported 2013 Results

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19.02.2014 Количество просмотров 469 views
Mondelēz International Mondelez International, Inc. reported 2013 results, in line with recent expectations.

"In our first full year as a global snacking company, we delivered solid revenue growth and strong market share performance in the face of a significant slowdown in our categories as 2013 progressed," said Irene Rosenfeld, Chairman and CEO. "At the same time, we accelerated investments in emerging markets, strengthened our balance sheet and returned $3.6 billion of cash to our shareholders. Nevertheless, we're disappointed that our results were below what we and our shareholders originally expected.

"We're committed to improving results in 2014 and beyond. Specifically, we expect to grow organic revenue at or above our category growth rate, which we estimate at approximately 4 percent in 2014. In addition, we remain focused on increasing efficiency and aggressively reducing costs in both our supply chain and overheads to deliver strong margin gains throughout the year. Although we anticipate near-term economic conditions will remain challenging, the plans we are executing give us great confidence in our potential to significantly expand margins and deliver strong top-line growth in 2014 and the years ahead."

Net revenues were $35.3 billion, up 0.8 percent. Operating income increased 9.2 percent to $4.0 billion, while operating income margin was 11.2 percent. Diluted EPS was $2.19, including $0.90 from discontinued operations reflecting the net gain from the resolution of the Starbucks arbitration3.

Organic Net Revenues increased 3.9 percent, driven by strong volume/mix of 3.4 percentage points as well as favorable pricing of 0.5 percentage points. Lower coffee revenues, reflecting the pass-through of lower green coffee costs, tempered growth by 0.8 percentage points. Market share performance was strong with nearly 70 percent of revenues gaining or holding share.

Revenues from emerging markets were up 8.8 percent, led by a nearly 10 percent gain in the BRIC markets. Developed markets increased 0.8 percent as growth in North America and Europe was partially offset by a mid-single digit decline in Asia Pacific.

Power Brands grew 6.5 percent. Oreo, Tuc, Club Social, belVita and Barni biscuits, Cadbury Dairy Milk and Lacta chocolate and Tassimo coffee each posted double-digit increases.

Adjusted Operating Income increased 4.7 percent on a constant currency basis. Volume/mix-driven gross profit growth was partially offset by increased investments in sales capabilities and route-to-market expansion as well as the net impact of one-time items. Adjusted Operating Income margin was 12.0 percent, down 0.2 percentage points, including a negative impact of 0.3 percentage points due to the devaluation of the Venezuelan bolivar.

Adjusted EPS was $1.51, including a negative $0.09 impact from currency. On a constant currency basis, Adjusted EPS increased 13.5 percent, largely reflecting a positive impact of $0.07 from lower taxes and $0.04 from operating gains.

Free Cash Flow excluding items was $2.3 billion driven by earnings growth and working capital improvement.

In the first nine months of 2013, the company incorrectly recorded certain non-cash, tax-related items. The company has corrected the recording of these items, which reduced 2013 diluted EPS by $0.03 and Adjusted EPS by $0.02. These corrections have been reflected as revisions to results for prior years.

"We expect organic revenues to grow approximately 4 percent in 2014, which is at or above the growth of our categories," said David Brearton, Executive Vice President and CFO. "While economic conditions are likely to remain difficult, especially in emerging markets, we intend to leverage market share gains to offset potential volatility.

"Additionally, we expect to drive low double-digit growth in Adjusted Operating Income at constant currency, fueled by our focused efforts to reduce overheads, restructure our global supply chain and improve product mix, while continuing to invest in emerging markets. We anticipate this increase will result in an Adjusted Operating Income margin in the high 12 percent range and be the primary lever in delivering Adjusted EPS of $1.73 to $1.7811, up double digits on a constant currency basis."
Source:  Mondelez International


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