Microsoft close to 200 billion in turnover for the year

Microsoft ended its fiscal year very well in the current economic context. The Redmond firm thus achieved a turnover of 51.9 billion dollars in its Q4, representing a growth of 12% over one year. Net profit also rose (+2%) and allowed Microsoft to earn $16.7 billion over the period. Small flat, sales of Windows licenses to OEMs fell by 2% in fiscal Q4.

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For the rest, all the lights are green: Surface sales have increased by 10%, the Xbox division achieves a new annual turnover record (we talk about it here), the Productivity and Business branch garners 16.6 billion dollars in turnover, and as expected the Cloud activity (Azure service) continues to explode with double-digit growth (+20%) and revenues of 20.9 billion dollars.

Over its entire fiscal year, Microsoft is close to the 200 billion dollar turnover mark (198.3 billion) and aligns a net profit of 72.7 billion dollars. All is well then.

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