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At the 2021 SALT New York conference, which was held earlier this week, one of the panels on the main stage discussed the best macro shifts coming out of the pandemic and investing in value amid distress. The panel featured: Todd Lemkin, the chief investment officer of Canyon Partners; Peter Wallach, the managing director and Read More
- Looking at the red and blue bars you can see that revenue and net profit grew at a similar pace in 2006-2007, before the global financial crisis hit
- By 2010, Asian companies had almost recovered and the net profits were almost back on par with the revenue
- Revenue in 2015 was 21% higher compared to 2010, while net profit was 6% lower. The net profit margin has deteriorated to a level that is close to 2008 when the global financial crisis hit
- As of 2015, revenue had grown by 115% since 2006, while net profit merely grew by 60% during the same period of time
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