Cutter & Buck
Income Statement Highlights
|Avg. Est.||FY 2005||FY 2004||% Change|
Balance Sheet Highlights
|Assets||FY 2005||FY 2004||% Change|
|Cash+ ST Invest.||$40,583||$37,667||+7.7%|
|Liabilities||FY 2005||FY 2004||% Change|
|Margin||FY 2005||FY 2004||Change|
Cash Flow Highlights
|FY 2005||FY 2004||% Change|
|Cash From Ops||$8,783||$22,770||-61.4%|
|Free Cash Flow||$5,435||$21,068||-74.2%|
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