Skanska Czech Republic made a net profit of CZK 149 mil in 2014, up 122% compared to the previous year. Historically, between 2008 and 2014, the company's net profit reached a high of CZK 1,456 mil in 2009 and a low of CZK -694 mil in 2013.
The result implies a return on equity of 2.22% and a return on invested capital of 2.70% in 2014. That is compared to an average of 0.450% and 0.172% over the last five years.
The company has been operating with average EBITDA margin of 2.88% in the last 5 years and an average net margin of -0.345%.
Since 2009, the firm's net profit increased by -89.8% or an average of -36.6% a year.
As far as Skanska Czech Republic's peers are concerned, Strabag Czech Republic generated ROE of 3.29% and ROCE of 4.82% in 2014. Metrostav's profitability reached 6.36% and 7.16%, respectively. Eurovia Czech Republic operated with 8.74% and 7.72% returns in 2014.