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Performance and Risk: Empirical Evidence from Wah Seong Corporation Berhad

zakaria, nor amalina (2017): Performance and Risk: Empirical Evidence from Wah Seong Corporation Berhad.

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Wah Seong Corporation Berhad is a company oil and gas. Method used in the analysis are as SPSS system, operational ratio, credit risk and liquidity. The ratio is used to study the operational risk are as ROA, ROE and profit margin ratio. While the liquidity ratio is study about the current ratio, quick ratio and cash ratio. Next, credit risk is the debt to equity ratio, debt to asset ratio and interest coverage ratio. Moreover, external factors also studied which is GDP, inflation, exchange rate and unemployment. Besides that, Pearson correlation coefficient and significant (one-tailed). The study use ROA as the dependent variable and 13 items as the independent variable. The finding found the ratio of debt to equity ratio and significant index score but does not affect ROA.

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