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Johnson & Johnson Says Sales Declined Slightly In 4Q 2014

January 20, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Johnson & Johnson said sales declined 0.6 percent to $18.3 billion for the fourth quarter of 2014. Operational results rose 3.9 percent, with negative impact of currency at 4.5 percent. Sales in the United States expanded 7.4 percent; however, international sales fell 6.7 percent, resulting in operational growth of 1.2 percent and negative currency effect of 7.9 percent. Worldwide sales rose 6.7 percent, with net impact of acquisitions and divestitures excluded. Domestic sales jumped 10.7 percent and international sales grew 3.6 percent. For the whole year of 2014, sales rose 4.2 percent to $74.3 billion, compared with 2013. Operational results jumped 6.1 percent, with a negative currency impact of 1.9 percent.
"Johnson & Johnson Reports 2014 Fourth-Quarter and Full-Year Results", Johnson & Johnson, January 20, 2015, © Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc.
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