For Investors

Location
TOP > For Investors > IR Library > Financial Results Material > 2009

Financial Results Material 2009

Fiscal Year 2009 Financial Results, May 12, 2010

Date
May 12, 2010
Venue
Global Headquarters, Yokohama


Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., today announced financial results for the fiscal year 2009, ending March 31, 2010:Net revenues of 7.5173 trillion yen, Operating profit of 311.6 billion yen, Ordinary profit of 207.7 billion yen and Net income of 42.4 billion yen. The full-year results were better than the forecast disclosed at the third-quarter financial results filed on February 9, 2010.

Nissan sold a total of 3,515,000 vehicles worldwide in fiscal year 2009, a 3% increase compared with the prior year. In North America, sales were 1,06,700 units, down 5.8%; United States sales were 824,000 units, down 3.8%. In Japan, sales were 630,000 units, up 2.9%. In Europe, sales came to 517,000 units, down 2.4%. Sales in China reached 756,000 units, a 38.7% increase. Other markets totaled 545,000 units, down 7.8%.

The global sales forecast for fiscal year 2010 is 3.8 million units. Nissan will launch ten all-new products during fiscal year 2010. Based on the company's outlook and assuming foreign exchange rates of 90 yen/dollar and 120 yen/euro, Nissan filed the following forecast for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2011, with the Tokyo Stock Exchange:

• Net revenues of 8 trillion 200 billion yen
• Operating profit of 350 billion yen
• Net income of 150 billion yen

Financial results document (Kessan Tanshin)

Financial results summary sheet    

FY2009 3rd Quarter Financial Results, February 09, 2010

Date
February 9, 2010
Venue
Global Headquarters, Yokohama

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., today announced financial results for the third quarter of fiscal year 2009, ending March 31, 2010, as well as for the first nine months. In the third quarter, the consolidated net income after taxes totaled 45 billion yen. The better-than-expected results were due mainly to additional sales volumes driven by scrapping incentives in major markets, sales volume growth in China and the effective execution of countermeasures put in place following the global financial and economic crisis.

Net revenues were 1.9962 trillion yen , increased by 9.9% compared with a year ago. Operating profit was 134.1 billion yen, and the operating profit margin came to 6.7%. Ordinary profit was 112.7 billion yen. Nissan sold 882,000 vehicles worldwide in the October-to-December 2009 period, a 20.6% increase over the same period in fiscal year 2008.

In the April-to-December 2009 period, net income after tax totaled 54 billion yen, up 25% compared with the previous year. Net revenue fell 19.5% to 5.3796 trillion yen. Operating profit totaled 228.9 billion yen, an increase of 147.6%. Operating profit margin came to 4.3%. Ordinary profit amounted to 145.9 billion yen, up 62%. Globally, Nissan sold 2,505,000 vehicles in the first nine months of the fiscal year, down 4.8% compared with the same period last year.

The company has revised upward its full fiscal-year forecast for 2009. Based on foreign-exchange rates of 92 yen/dollar and 132 yen/euro, the revised average rates for the full fiscal year, Nissan filed the following forecast with the Tokyo Stock Exchange for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2010:

• Net revenues of 7.4 trillion yen
• Operating profit of 290 billion yen
• Net income of 35 billion yen

Financial results document (Kessan Tanshin)

Financial results summary sheet    

Speech

FY2009 2nd Quarter Financial Results, November 04, 2009

Date
November 4, 2009
Venue
Global Headquarters, Yokohama (NISSAN HALL)


Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., today announced its financial results for the first half of fiscal year 2009, ending March 31, 2010, as well as its second-quarter performance. Net revenues were 3.3834 trillion yen in the April-to-September period, down 30.5% compared with a year ago.

Operating profit was 94.9 billion yen, down 50.5%. Ordinary profit was 33.2 billion yen, down 83.6%. Net income after taxes totaled 9.0 billion yen, down 92.9%. The better-than-expected results were due mainly to scrapping incentives in major markets, sales volume growth in China and the effective execution of the Nissan Recovery Plan.

In the first half, Nissan sold 1,623,000 vehicles worldwide, down 14.6% compared with last year.

The company has revised upward its full fiscal-year forecast for 2009. Based on foreign-exchange rates of 90 yen/dollar and 131.6 yen/euro, the revised average rates for the full fiscal year, Nissan filed the following forecast with the Tokyo Stock Exchange for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2010:

• Net revenues of 7 trillion yen
• Operating profit of 120 billion yen
• Net loss of 40 billion yen

Financial results document (Kessan Tanshin)

Financial results summary sheet    

Speech

FY2009 1st Quarter Financial Results, July 29, 2009

Date
July 29, 2009
Venue
Tokyo headquarters

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., announced its financial results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2009, ending March 31, 2010.
Globally, Nissan sold a total of 723,000 vehicles in the April-to-June period, down 22.8% compared to the same period in 2008.
Net revenue fell 35.5% to 1.5148 trillion yen. Operating profit totaled 11.6 billion yen, down 85.5%, with an ordinary loss of 26.1 billion yen and a net loss of 16.5 billion yen.
Nissan's forecast remains unchanged for the full fiscal year with an operating loss of 100 billion yen and a net loss of 170 billion yen.

Financial results document (Kessan Tanshin)

Financial results summary sheet    

Presentation Slides
 

Speech

get Adobe Reader

PDF files can be opened on the browser by using Adobe Reader plug-in. To use all features of Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0, you need to save the PDF file into your hard disk, and open the file from the Adobe Reader 6.0 application.


    Go back to top of this page