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Car-Mart Reports Lower Revenue, Better Performance

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America’s Car-Mart, Inc. reported net earnings of $5.2 million for the quarter ended April 30.
Revenues were $153 million compared to $155 million for the prior year quarter including a $1.6 million increase in interest income and same-store revenue increase of 1.3 percent.
Average retail sales price increased $13 to $10,654 from the prior year quarter. The average retail sales price increased $25 from the quarter ended Jan. 31.
Collections as a percentage of average finance receivables decreased to 15.6 percent from 16.8 percent from the prior year quarter.  The weighted average contract term increased to 32.5 months from 31.6.
Net charge-offs as a percent of average finance receivables declined to 8.7 percent from 9 percent for the prior year quarter.
Accounts over 30 days past due increased to 3.6 percent from 3 percent at April 30, 2016.
Average percentage of finance receivables current improved slightly to 81 percent from 80.5 percent at April 30, 2016.
Provision for credit losses was 28.4 percent of sales vs. 27.4 percent for the prior year quarter.
Selling, general and administrative expenses rose to 17.2 percent of sales from 16.7 percent for the prior year quarter.
America’s Car-Mart now has an active accounts base approximately 66,800.

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