Swedish home group Ikea has published its first ever earnings report.
The privately-owned company made $US3.4 billion in the year to August, a rise of 11% compared to the previous year.
The BBC says the growth may reflect international expansion, and the Swedish furniture retailer did not give a separate "like-for-like" figure that strips out the effect of new store openings.
Ikea did not give a profit figures for the year, however.
The company has 280 stores in 26 countries and says it plans to open new branches in Serbia, Croatia, and South Korea.