Short-Term Liquidity Management - A Study of Indian Steel Companies

Dr. Amalendu Bhunia .

Abstract


The overall efficiency is vital from the viewpoint of short-term liquidity and at the same time proper plane of profitability is required for the business enterprises. Consequently, the affiliation between short-term liquidity and profitability is one of the most imperative areas necessitating management analysis. In the present study, two private sector steel companies operating in India has been selected. For analysis, accounting ratios and statistical tools i.e., A.M., C.V., multiple correlation and regression has been used. Keeping this in view, a study of managing liquidity of the selected private sector steel companies is undertaken in the present work.


Keywords


Secondary data, multiple regression analysis, financial management, Indian steel, performance

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