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Please correct me if I am wrong.

TMFFuz wrote:
Cash King Margin
Cash from operation = $$36,796 million
Capital expenditures = $8,139 million
Sales = $62,059 million
CKM = 46.18% which exceeds the bogey. I point.

I believe the above "Cash from operation" and "Capital expenditures" figures are 6 months accumulated figures, while the "Sales" figure ($62,059 million) is a 3 month figure. Consequently, shouldn't we use a 6 months accumulated sales figure of $104,793 to be consistent, which still yields an impressive CKM of 27.35% ?

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