Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Financial Performance


Financial performance analysis of banking sector in India

Dr. Divyang Joshi, Mr. Samir Thakkar, Ravina Machhi, Devyesh Chauhan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 3129-3136

The banking industry is important to a country's economic growth. With a large network of
branches and a diverse range of financial services, India's banking system is large. The
aim of this research is to study the financial results of India's two largest private and two
public banks. The financial performance of banks was analyzed using net profit, assets,
liabilities, income, expense, margin ratio, and return on equity ratio. After evaluating
financial data from 2015 to 2019, the study concluded that the private banks performed
better than public banks. The results of this study will benefit bank, shareholders and
customers, as well as bank management.

THE STUDY OF FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED COMPANIES IN TELECOM SECTOR

GAGAN SHANKHDHAR

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 1913-1927

The Indian Telecom Industry has always been a pivotal part in growth and advancement of India. It played an important role in digitization of systems and processes across several economically important sectors. India is currently in terms of subscribers count which currently stand at 1.18 billion. Majority of this are wireless or mobile users. In recent years telecom sector has expanded rapidly and demand for better network connection and speed along with data consumption has increased rapidly. But does this growth really turning into fortune for the telecom companies or not. What are the adverse effects of such high competition in the telecom sector on the fiscalwell-being of the companies? In the context with this,current paper focuses on analysing the financial performance of four companies of telecom trade for the duration of 10 years from 2011-12 to 2019-20. It analyses the fiscal well-being of concerned units on the base of some selected fiscal variables portraying four diverse fiscal parameters that areleverage, liquidity, managerial efficiency andprofitabilityof the concerned units. Current paper also seeks to examine if the financial well-being of diverseunits is comparableamong them or a significant difference exist in between them also.

THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE

Harikumar Pallathadka; Laxmi Kirana Pallathadka

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 8288-8304

This research paper aims to examine the effect of corporate social responsibility in India
through stakeholder participation in the economic success of small and medium-sized
companies as a driver of media coverage. Numerous practitioners obtained the primary data.
The data analysis was carried out using a partial sampling technique for the data. The study
indicates that the financial performance of the business is the result of CSR. CSR activities
are sufficient for direct communication with their clients, helping to improve economic
productivity. This paper attempts to demonstrate the financial success in developed countries
of CSR operations.

The Effect Of Market Structure And Financial Ratios On Financial Performance In Palestinian Private Hospitals During Coronavirus Disease, Covid-(19)

Fawwaz Abdel Rahman Ekmeil; Mohanad S.S. Abumandil

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 669-676

This study investigates the financial performance of private hospitals for during coronavirus disease, covid-(19). Several financial performance parameters are used such as financial ratio and market structure. Moreover, financial performance is positively related with return on financial with a coefficient of path coefficient, standard error and t-
value, the relationship between financial ratio and market structure on financial performance moderating role knowledge management. However, the findings of the study show the positive and significant relationship between financial ratio and market structure on financial performance with the moderating role knowledge management. Then, this study investigates the financial performance of private hospitals for during coronavirus disease, covid-(19). Several financial performance parameters are used such as financial ratio and market structure. Moreover, financial performance is positively related with return on financial with a coefficient of path coefficient, standard error and t-value, the relationship between financial ratio and market structure on financial performance moderating role knowledge management. However, the findings of the study show the positive and significant relationship between financial ratio and market structure on financial performance with the moderating role knowledge management. Then, this study suggests a set of recommendations regarding the development and enhancing of private hospitals operations which will boost the Development in treatment coronavirus disease, covid-(19) , especially in massive numbers of the increase Rapid spread of infection and improve the financial performance for the hospitals.

“The Concept Of Corporate Environmental Performance (CEP) – A Review Of Literature”

Acharya Supriya Pavithran; Dr. Baby Niviya Feston; Dr. C. Nagadeepa

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 4682-4697

Environmental responsibility is the reason for the survival of many species in the world.
The humans are not apart from this, as they are the ones who have to take this
responsibility to the full extent. What we learn from our mistakes, help us to evolve and
respect the decisions we make. The same applies to the firms, whose sole responsibility is
not restricted to earning profit but also to give its share of that profit towards serving the
environment. This attempt has resulted in sanctioning by the Government, the Section 135
of the Companies Act, 2013 clearly stating to set aside up to 2% of its capital investment for
Corporate Environmental Responsibility (CER). While brownfield projects would be
required to earmark 0.125% to 1% of additional capital investment for CER purposes, the
slab for green-field projects ranges from 0.25% to 2% of the capital investment ([17]). This
study thus attempts to unravel the theories, variables adopted and adapted by the
researcher in their study toward environmental performance in the nature of firms’
financial performance. The previous studies have resulted in multiple relationships that
the environmental performance has with the firms’ financial performance. They had
emerged with positive, negative, mixed, or no relationship between them. The study also
gives the review on the varied relationship that exists between the corporate environmental
responsibility and corporate financial performance of the firm. This study provides an
insight on the past studies which will help to build further research with more prominent
results.

The Effect Of Financial Performance On The Company's Share Price: A Case Study Indonesian

Mochamad Syafii; Bustanul Ulum; Rusdiyanto .; Petrus Suparman; Dwi Inggarwati Rahayu; Niswan Bayu Syasindy

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 1055-1071

The objectives: This paper aims to examine the effect of the proxy financial performance used by ROA, ROE, NIM on share prices of banking sector companies on the Indonesian Stock Exchange.
 
Design / methodology / approach: This paper uses a quantitative approach by using numbered data to prove the hypothesis. Data on financial performance variables use proxies of ROA, ROE, NIM from company financial reports and the Indonesia Stock Exchange website at www.idx.co.id, www.ojk.go.id, www.bi.go.id, www.yahoofinance.com and Google search.
 
Finding:The findings prove that NIM has a positive and significant effect on share prices. It is hoped that the findings can be used by investors to conduct financial performance analysis to have relevant information. For the ROA variable, ROE has no effect on share prices, meaning ROA, ROE does not have a value relevance to banking stock prices on the Indonesia Stock Exchange.
 
Practical Implications: The findings are recommended for banking management to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of banking financial performance.
 
Originality: Previous research was conducted to test financial performance on share prices, the findings concluded that financial performance has an influence on stock prices. The novelty in this study the researcher entered control variables as variables to strengthen the findings.

Relationship Between Stock Return And Firms’ Financial Performance In Bse Listed Companies

Rengaraju Natarajan; Sithambaram Sivakavitha; Sankarkumar Amirdha Vasani

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 4553-4559

The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between stock returns and financial performance for firms listed at the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). The study used a descriptive research design and targeted a firm listed at the BSE. The study used only secondary data, which covered a period of 5 years from 2015 to 2019. The study also adopted correlation analysis to establish the relationship between stock return and financial performance. The results of correlation found a substantial positive correlation between stock returns and financial performance but found an insignificant positive correlation betweenstock returns and dividend payout ratio of the BSE listed firms. The study concluded that there is a direct relationship between stock returns and financial performance, hence rise in a financial performance of the listed firms increases stock returns of firms listed at the BSE. The study also concluded that shares prices and dividend payout have a direct impact on stock returns hence an increase in shares prices and dividend payout increases stock returns of listed firms. The study recommends that the management of firms listed at the BSE should strive to improve the financial performance and develop an optimal dividend payout policy, which maximizes the returns of their firms.