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Subject: Bard 2005 Financial Results and Ratios Date: 4/2/2006 4:03 PM
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The Last 4 Quarters of 10Q and New Releases often do not add up to the
10K numbers.  This can be due to adjustments in accounting, errors in 
documents, or New Release containing Pro Forma numbers instead of GAAP.
Numbers are usually from 10K, 10Q, or News for 4Q of Fiscal Year where no 10Q is issued.



Bard

Multiply Fig by	1,000				
Time period covered - days 365		365		365		365		
			Last 4 Qtrs	2005		2004+		2003		
Operating Results					
Revenues		$1,771,300 	$1,771,300 	$1,656,100 	$1,433,100  
Cost of Revenues	$1,321,700 	$1,321,700 	$1,241,900 	$1,209,900 
Depreciation/Amortization	$0 				
Special Charges		$0 				
Interest Expense	$12,200 	$12,200 	$12,700 	$12,500 
Income Tax Provision	$100,900 	$112,500 	$111,400 	$54,700 
Acct Adjustments	$0 				
Net Income		$283,800 	$337,100 	$302,800 	$168,500  
EBIT (Net Oper Inc)	$426,700 	$461,800 	$426,900 	$235,700 
Per Share Data					
Basic EPS		$3.22 		$3.22	 	$1.63	 	$3.26	  
Diluted EPS		$3.12 		$3.12	 	$1.60	 	$3.20	 
Cash Dividend		$0.50 		$0.50 		$0.23	 	$0.90	 
Financial Position					
Cash and Equivalents	$758,200 	$758,200 	$480,700 	$414,700 
Short-term Investments					$4,500	 	$4,600	 
Accounts Receivable	$267,700 	$267,700 	$269,600 	$224,100 
Inventory		$169,600 	$169,600 	$150,200 	$156,500 
Current Assets		$1,264,100 	$1,264,100 	$970,600 	$875,100 
Property & Equipment	$310,000 	$310,000 	$243,300 	$222,700 
Goodwill		$358,800 	$358,800 			
Total Assets		$2,265,600 	$2,265,600 	$1,905,600 	$1,692,000 
Accounts Payable	$52,500 	$52,500 	$47,900 	$56,100 
Current Liabilities	$640,600 	$640,600 	$375,800 	$421,900 
LTD, less current portion  $800 	$800 		$151,500 	$151,500 
Lease/Other Obligations	$88,100 	$88,100 	$86,800 	$72,900 
Perferred Stock		$0 		$0	 	$0	 	$0	 
Shareholder Equity	$1,536,100 	$1,536,100 	$1,271,300 	$1,045,700	 
Stock Facts					
Stock Price High	$0.00		$72.80		$58.62	 	$81.40	 	
Stock Price Low		$0.00		$60.80		$33.23	 	$54.82	 	
Stock Price Avg		$0.00	 	$0.00 		$45.93	 		 
hares Outstanding Avg			108,000,000	107,500,000	52,600,000 	


2004+ Stock Split 2/1					
2004 12 mo News Rept					
2005 News Rel					


			Last 4 Qtrs	2005	2004+	2003	
					
Current Ratio			2.0	2.0	2.6	2.1
					
Quick(acid) Ratio		1.7 	1.7 	2.2 	1.7 
					
Inventory Turnover		10.4	10.4 	11.0 	9.2 
					
Inventory Conversion		34.9 	34.9 	33.1 	39.9 
					
Days Sales Outstanding		55.2 	55.2 	59.4 	57.1  
					
Payables Deferral Period	  14 	14 	14 	17 
					
Cash Conversion Cycle		76 	76 	78 	80 
					
Fixed Asset Turnover (property)	5.7	5.7	6.8	6.4
					
Total Asset Turnover		0.8	0.8	0.9	0.8
					
Debt Ratio			28%	30%	30%	30%
					
Times Interest Earned		35.0	37.9 	33.6 	18.9 
					
Profit Margin, Gross		25.4%	25.4%	25.0%	15.6%
					
Profit Margin, Net Sales	16.0%	19.0%	18.0%	12.0%
					
BEP (Basic Earning Power)	19.0%	20.0%	22.0%	14.0%
					
Return on Total Assets		12.5%	14.9%	15.9%	10.0%
					
Return on Common Equity		18.5%	21.9%	23.8%	16.1%
					
Market to Book (avg. Stk Price)	#DIV/0!	0	0	3.4

P/E of avg Stk Price		0 	0 	29 	21 

Payout Ratio			16.0%	16.0%	14.4%	28.1%

Dividend Yield (Avg Stk Price)	#DIV/0!	0.7%	0.5%	1.3%

LTD / Revenue			0.0%	0.0%	9.1%	10.6%
					
LTD Payoff			0.00 	0.00 	0.50 	0.90 


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