Czech Coal made a net profit of CZK -375 mil in 2014, up 66.2% when compared to the previous year. Historically, company's net profit reached an all time high of CZK 3,294 mil in 2009 and an all time low of CZK -1,108 mil in 2013.
This implies return on equity of 494% and return on invested capital of -73.0% in 2014. That is compared to 77.4% and -27.6% average seen in the last five years.
Since 2009, net profit of the firm increased by -288% or nan% a year on average.
As far as Czech Coal's peers are concerned, JSW generated ROE of -8.44% and ROCE of -5.41% in 2014, Carbounion Bohemia's profitability reached 20.1% and 34.4%, respectively. OKD operated with 1,922% and -78.2% returns in 2014..