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McKesson’s Third-quarter Segment Operating Profit was $635 million and operating margin was 1.28%.

McKesson Corporation (NYSE:MCK) reported results for the third quarter ended December 31, 2020.

Third-quarter Segment Operating Profit was $635 million and operating margin was 1.28%. Adjusted Segment Operating Profit was $656 million, up 2% from a year ago, driven by growth in pecialty, partially offset by higher operating expenses in support of the company’s strategic growth initiatives. Adjusted operating margin was 1.33%, down 5 basis points.

Third-quarter Segment Operating Loss was ($71) million and operating margin was (0.77%), driven by a GAAP-only pre-tax long-lived asset impairment charge of $115 MIllion primarily related to McKesson’s retail pharmacy businesses in Canada and Europe. Adjusted Segment Operating Profit was $158 million, up 9%. On an FX-Adjusted basis, Adjusted Segment Operating Profit was $150 million, up 3%. Adjusted operating margin was 1.70%, up 23 basis points. On an FXAdjusted basis, adjusted operating margin was 1.69%, up 22 basis points.

Third-quarter Segment Operating Profit was $260 million and operating margin was 8.51%. Adjusted Segment Operating Profit was $279 million, up 52%, driven by demand for COVID-19 tests and the contribution from kitting and distribution of ancillary supplies for COVID-19 vaccines, partially offset by inventory charges. Adjusted operating margin was 9.14%, up 55 basis points.

Third-quarter Segment Operating Profit was $114 million and operating margin was 14.67%. Adjusted Segment Operating Profit was $131 million, up 27%, reflecting organic growth in the segment. Adjusted operating margin was 16.86%, up from 14.43% in the prior year.

Source: investor.mckesson.com

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