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    Mondelēz International Reports Q4 and FY 2020 Results

    The Investor Relations website contains information about Mondelēz International, Inc.'s business for stockholders, potential investors, and financial analysts.

    MONDELĒZ INTERNATIONAL REPORTS Q4 AND FY 2020 RESULTS

    January 28, 2021 at 4:05 PM EST

    Earnings Release

    Full Year Highlights

    Net revenues increased 2.8% primarily driven by Organic Net Revenue1 growth of 3.7%

    Diluted EPS was $2.47, down 8.2%; Adjusted EPS1 was $2.59, up 6.5% on a constant-currency basis

    Cash provided by operating activities was $4.0 billion, flat versus prior year; Free Cash Flow1 was $3.1 billion, an increase of $0.1 billion versus prior year

    Return of capital to shareholders was $3.1 billion

    Fourth Quarter Highlights

    Net revenues increased 5.6% primarily driven by Organic Net Revenue growth of 3.2%

    Diluted EPS was $0.80, up 60.0%; Adjusted EPS was $0.67, up 8.2% on a constant-currency basis

    Resumed share repurchase program in November and returned $1.1 billion of capital to shareholders including $0.7 billion in repurchases

    CHICAGO, Jan. 28, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mondelēz International, Inc. (NASDAQ: MDLZ) today reported its fourth quarter 2020 results.

    "2020 was a successful year for Mondelēz International and I am proud of our performance, including record share gains, in a challenging operating environment. Our categories were resilient, with the exception of gum which represented 5% of our revenue in 2020. The strength of our brands was evident, as was the dedication of colleagues around the world who executed with excellence in difficult circumstances. We made meaningful progress with our strategic agenda in 2020, continuing to increase investment in brands and capabilities, simplifying our portfolio, expanding into adjacent categories and making acquisitions in high growth areas of snacking. We moved quickly to mitigate incremental COVID-related costs and delivered on our commitment to generate strong cash flow.

    "We enter 2021 in a strong position financially and in the marketplace which gives us confidence that we can deliver on our long-term growth targets in 2021 and beyond," said Dirk Van de Put, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.

    Net Revenue$ in millions ReportedNet Revenues   Organic Net Revenue GrowthQ4 2020   % Chgvs PY   Q4 2020   Vol/Mix   PricingQuarter 4

    Latin America $ 630     (15.4 ) %   1.2 %   (5.2 ) pp   6.4   pp

    Asia, Middle East & Africa 1,531     5.0       3.0     (0.8 )     3.8

    Europe 2,959     5.8       3.0     3.6       (0.6 )

    North America 2,178     13.9       4.5     2.4       2.1

    Mondelēz International $ 7,298     5.6   %   3.2 %   1.3   pp   1.9   pp

    Emerging Markets $ 2,474     (2.5 ) %   4.1 %   0.3   pp   3.8   pp

    Developed Markets $ 4,824     10.3   %   2.8 %   2.1   pp   0.7   pp

    Full Year 2020 FY 2020       FY 2020

    Latin America $ 2,477     (17.9 ) %   0.2 %   (7.5 ) pp   7.7   pp

    Asia, Middle East & Africa 5,740     (0.5 )     1.7     (0.6 )     2.3

    Europe 10,207     2.4       2.5     2.8       (0.3 )

    North America 8,157     14.8       8.6     6.3       2.3

    Mondelēz International $ 26,581     2.8   %   3.7 %   1.8   pp   1.9   pp

    Emerging Markets $ 9,097     (0.6 ) %   2.3 %   (1.3 ) pp   3.6   pp

    Developed Markets $ 17,484     8.0   %   4.5 %   3.6   pp   0.9   pp

    Operating Income and Diluted EPS$ in millions, except per share data Reported   Adjusted Q4 2020   vs PY(Rpt Fx)   Q4 2020   vs PY(Rpt Fx)   vs PY(Cst Fx)Quarter 4

    Gross Profit $ 2,872     4.1   %   $ 2,859     3.4   %   2.6 %

    Gross Profit Margin 39.4 %   (0.5 ) pp   39.2 %   (0.8 ) pp

    Operating Income $ 1,149     26.8   %   $ 1,188     7.9   %   5.4 %

    Operating Income Margin 15.7 %   2.6   pp   16.3 %   0.4   pp

    Net Earnings2 $ 1,156     57.7   %   $ 970     10.2   %   7.6 %

    Diluted EPS $ 0.80     60.0   %   $ 0.67     9.8   %   8.2 %

    Full Year 2020 FY 2020     FY 2020    

    Gross Profit $ 10,446     1.1   %   $ 10,521     1.8   %   3.6 %

    Gross Profit Margin 39.3 %   (0.7 ) pp   39.6 %   (0.4 ) pp

    Operating Income $ 3,853     0.3   %   $ 4,401     3.2   %   4.6 %

    Operating Income Margin 14.5 %   (0.4 ) pp   16.6 %   0.1   pp

    Net Earnings2 $ 3,555     (9.5 ) %   $ 3,726     3.7   %   5.1 %

    Diluted EPS $ 2.47     (8.2 ) %   $ 2.59     5.3   %   6.5 %

    Full Year Commentary

    Net revenues increased 2.8 percent primarily driven by Organic Net Revenue growth of 3.7 percent and incremental sales from the company's acquisitions of Perfect Snacks in July 2019 and Give & Go, which was completed in April 2020, partially offset by unfavorable currency impacts. Volume and pricing drove Organic Net Revenue growth, partially offset by unfavorable mix. Organic Net Revenue grew in all four regions.

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    Mondelēz International Reports Q2 2022 Results

    Second Quarter HighlightsNet revenues increased +9.5% driven by Organic Net Revenue1 growth of +13.1% with underlying Volume/Mix of +5.1%Diluted EPS was...

    Mondelēz International Reports Q2 2022 Results

    July 26, 2022 16:05 ET

    | Source: Mondelez International, Inc.

    Second Quarter Highlights

    Net revenues increased +9.5% driven by Organic Net Revenue1 growth of +13.1% with underlying Volume/Mix of +5.1%

    Diluted EPS was $0.54, down 28.9%; Adjusted EPS1 was $0.67, up +9.1% on a constant-currency basis

    Year-to-date cash provided by operating activities was $2.0 billion, an increase of +$0.2 billion versus prior year; Free Cash Flow1 was $1.6 billion, +$0.2 billion

    Return of capital to shareholders was $2.5 billion in the first half of the year

    Announced agreement to acquire Clif Bar, a leader in high growth, well-being snack bars, creating a $1+ billion global snack bar business

    Announcing +10% increase to quarterly dividend

    Raising Organic Net Revenue growth outlook for full year to 8%+

    CHICAGO, July 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mondelēz International, Inc. (Nasdaq: MDLZ) today reported its second quarter 2022 results.

    "Our second quarter and first half results were marked by strong top and bottom-line performance across all regions and categories, supporting the raising of our full-year revenue growth outlook," said Dirk Van de Put, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. "Our chocolate and biscuit businesses continue to demonstrate strong volume growth and pricing resilience across both developed and emerging markets. These results combined with ongoing cost discipline, simplification and revenue growth management are delivering robust profit dollar growth and strong cash flow, enabling us to increase our dividend by 10 percent.

    We also continue to execute against our strategy of accelerating our core business while reshaping our portfolio, most recently with our agreement to acquire Clif Bar, a leader in high growth, well-being snack bars, creating a $1 billion-plus snack bar business. Clif Bar has the leading position in the U.S. protein and nutrition segments with clear opportunities to expand domestic and international distribution, velocities and profitability to create significant value for our shareholders in the years to come.”

    Net Revenue$ in millions ReportedNet Revenues   Organic Net Revenue GrowthQ2 2022   % Chgvs PY   Q2 2022   Vol/Mix   PricingQuarter 2

    Latin America $ 876   30.9 %   33.0 %   12.4 pp   20.6 pp

    Asia, Middle East & Africa   1,535   5.7     13.2     8.7 pp   4.5

    Europe   2,626   6.1     10.8     5.9 pp   4.9

    North America   2,237   9.3     9.2     (1.0)pp   10.2

    Mondelēz International $ 7,274   9.5 %   13.1 %   5.1 pp   8.0 pp

    Emerging Markets $ 2,806   22.4 %   22.5 %   10.2 pp   12.3 pp

    Developed Markets $ 4,468   2.7 %   8.1 %   2.4 pp   5.7 pp

    June Year-to-Date YTD 2022       YTD 2022

    Latin America $ 1,702   27.2 %   29.4 %   10.6 pp   18.8 pp

    Asia, Middle East & Africa   3,402   6.4     10.9     7.5 pp   3.4

    Europe   5,561   4.5     7.6     4.5 pp   3.1

    North America   4,373   8.7     8.5 %   (0.4)pp   8.9

    Mondelēz International $ 15,038   8.3 %   10.7 %   4.3 pp   6.4 pp

    Emerging Markets $ 5,770   18.8 %   19.4 %   9.9 pp   9.5 pp

    Developed Markets $ 9,268   2.7 %   6.0 %   1.3 pp   4.7 pp

    Operating Income and Diluted EPS

    $ in millions, except per share data Reported   AdjustedQ2 2022   vs PY(Rpt Fx)   Q2 2022   vs PY(Rpt Fx)   vs PY(Cst Fx)Quarter 2

    Gross Profit $ 2,641     0.4  %   $ 2,756     4.1  %   9.7   %

    Gross Profit Margin   36.3   %   (3.3) pp     37.9   %   (2.1) pp

    Operating Income $ 927     6.3  %   $ 1,100     2.3  %   8.5   %

    Operating Income Margin   12.7   %   (0.4) pp     15.1   %   (1.1) pp

    Net Earnings2 $ 747     (30.7) %   $ 925     (0.5) %   7.3   %

    Diluted EPS $ 0.54     (28.9) %   $ 0.67     1.5  %   9.1   %

    June Year-to-Date YTD 2022         YTD 2022

    Gross Profit $ 5,624     0.5  %   $ 5,766     4.6  %   9.8   %

    Gross Profit Margin   37.4   %   (2.9) pp     38.3   %   (1.5) pp

    Operating Income $ 2,021     (6.2) %   $ 2,478     4.7  %   11.2   %

    Operating Income Margin   13.4   %   (2.1) pp     16.5   %   (0.6) pp

    Net Earnings $ 1,602     (21.4) %   $ 2,093     1.9  %   9.6   %

    Diluted EPS $ 1.15     (20.1) %   $ 1.50     3.4  %   11.7   %

    Second Quarter Commentary

    Net revenues increased 9.5 percent driven by Organic Net Revenue growth of 13.1 percent, and incremental sales from the company's acquisition of Chipita, partially offset by unfavorable currency. Pricing and volume drove Organic Net Revenue growth.

    स्रोत : www.globenewswire.com

    Mondelēz International Reports Q2 2022 Results

    Second Quarter Highlights Net revenues increased +9.5% driven by Organic Net Revenue(1) growth of +13.1% with underlying Volume/Mix of +5.1% Diluted EPS was...

    Press release - 27 July 2022 12:04

    Mondelēz International Reports Q2 2022 Results

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    Second Quarter Highlights

    Net revenues increased +9.5% driven by Organic Net Revenue(1) growth of +13.1% with underlying Volume/Mix of +5.1%

    Diluted EPS was $0.54, down 28.9%; Adjusted EPS(1) was $0.67, up +9.1% on a constant-currency basis

    Year-to-date cash provided by operating activities was $2.0 billion, an increase of +$0.2 billion versus prior year; Free Cash Flow(1) was $1.6 billion, +$0.2 billion

    Return of capital to shareholders was $2.5 billion in the first half of the year

    Announced agreement to acquire Clif Bar, a leader in high growth, well-being snack bars, creating a $1+ billion global snack bar business

    Announcing +10% increase to quarterly dividend

    Raising Organic Net Revenue growth outlook for full year to 8%+

    Full press release can be accessed here.

    CHICAGO, Ill. – Mondelēz International, Inc. (Nasdaq: MDLZ) reported its second quarter 2022 results.

    "Our second quarter and first half results were marked by strong top and bottom-line performance across all regions and categories, supporting the raising of our full-year revenue growth outlook," said Dirk Van de Put, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. "Our chocolate and biscuit businesses continue to demonstrate strong volume growth and pricing resilience across both developed and emerging markets. These results combined with ongoing cost discipline, simplification and revenue growth management are delivering robust profit dollar growth and strong cash flow, enabling us to increase our dividend by 10 percent.

    We also continue to execute against our strategy of accelerating our core business while reshaping our portfolio, most recently with our agreement to acquire Clif Bar, a leader in high growth, well-being snack bars, creating a $1 billion-plus snack bar business. Clif Bar has the leading position in the U.S. protein and nutrition segments with clear opportunities to expand domestic and international distribution, velocities and profitability to create significant value for our shareholders in the years to come."

    Second Quarter Commentary

    Net revenues increased 9.5 percent driven by Organic Net Revenue growth of 13.1 percent, and incremental sales from the company's acquisition of Chipita, partially offset by unfavorable currency. Pricing and volume drove Organic Net Revenue growth.Gross profit increased $10 million, while gross profit margin decreased 330 basis points to 36.3 percent primarily driven by the decrease in Adjusted Gross Profit(1) margin and lower mark-to-market gains from derivatives. Adjusted Gross Profit increased $257 million at constant currency, while Adjusted Gross Profit margin decreased 210 basis points to 37.9 percent due to higher raw

    material and transportation costs and unfavorable mix, partially offset by pricing and volume leverage.

    Operating income increased $55 million and operating income margin was 12.7 percent, down 40 basis points primarily due to lower mark-to-market gains from derivatives, lower Adjusted Operating Income(1) margin and higher acquisition integration costs, partially offset by lower restructuring costs and lapping prior-year pension participation changes. Adjusted Operating Income increased $91 million at constant currency while Adjusted Operating Income margin decreased 110 basis points to 15.1 percent, with input cost inflation and unfavorable mix, mostly offset by pricing and SG&A leverage.Diluted EPS was $0.54, down 28.9 percent, primarily due to lapping a prior-year net gain on equity method transactions, an unfavorable year-over-year change in mark-to-market impacts from derivatives and higher acquisition integration costs, partially offset by lower restructuring costs, lower negative impacts from enacted tax law changes, lapping a prior-year intangible asset

    impairment charge, lapping a prior-year unfavorable impact of pension participation changes and an increase in Adjusted EPS.

    Adjusted EPS was $0.67, up 9.1 percent on a constant-currency basis driven by strong operating gains, lower taxes and fewer shares outstanding, partially offset by higher interest expense and lower income from equity method investments.Capital Return: The company returned $1.2 billion to shareholders in cash dividends and share repurchases. Today, the company’s Board of Directors declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.385 per share of Class A common stock, an increase of 10 percent. This dividend is payable on October 14, 2022, to shareholders recorded as of September 30, 2022

    2022 Outlook

    Mondelēz International provides its outlook on a non-GAAP basis, as the company cannot predict some elements that are included in reported GAAP results, including the impact of foreign exchange. Refer to the Outlook section in the discussion of non-GAAP financial measures below for more details. The company is updating its fiscal 2022 outlook to reflect expectations for continued top-line

    growth, higher cost of goods sold inflation, the timing effect of additional pricing actions and the impact of the war in Ukraine.

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