Half Year Result 2016 CSL Delivers Exceptional Performance

CSL Limited (ASX:CSL; USOTC:CSLLY) today announced a net profit after tax (NPAT) of US$719 million for the six months ended 31 December 2015, up US$27 million or 4% on a reported basis when compared to the prior comparable period (PCP). Earnings per share (EPS) grew 9%. After excluding financials relating to the recently acquired Novartis influenza vaccines business, underlying1NPAT grew 7% and EPS grew 12%, at constant currency2.



  • Sales US$3,056 million, up 11% on PCP 
    Underlying1 sales up 9% at constant currency2
  • NPAT US$719 million, up 4% on PCP 
    Underlying NPAT up 7% at constant currency
  • Earnings per share US$1.55, up 9% on PCP 
    Underlying EPS up 12% at constant currency
  • Cashflow from operations US$705 million, up 8% on PCP 
    Interim dividend3 of US$0.58 per share, unfranked for Australian tax purposes, payable on 15 April 2016 
    Converted to Australian currency, the interim dividend increased to approximately A$0.81 per share, up ~10% on PCP. 

Download this release: 
PDF icon CSL Half Year Result Announcement for 2015/16(0.2Mb)

Additional resources:
Details about CSL's results are included in the company's 4E statement, investor presentation slides and webcast. More ...

For further information, please contact:


  Mark Dehring
  Head of Investor Relations
  CSL Limited
  Phone: +613 9389 3407
  Email: [email protected]
  Sharon McHale
  Senior Director Public Affairs
  CSL Limited
  Phone: +613 9389 3425
  Mobile: +614 0997 8314
  Email: [email protected]


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