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Market Risk and Operational Risk Towards Company’s Profitability

Kam Yan Hui, Jane Sarah (2019): Market Risk and Operational Risk Towards Company’s Profitability.


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The objective of a business is to earn profit and it should be acclaimed that profitability alone is not very helpful in determining the efficiency and performance of the business firm unless it is related to other factors such as risk. In the context of business proliferation, we are witnessing an unprecedented variegation of risk situations and uncertainty in the business world where the entire existence of an organization are being akin to risk. Each profit earns are associated to numerous of risk and every company consist different types of risks. Nevertheless, market risk and operational risk are very impactful to every business, as it directly influence business profitability and if it doesn’t manage well, the business will come into a drastic problem. This study was presented to examine the outcomes of market risk and operational risk on profitability of Skechers from year 20014-2018. This study in the end halt that effective risk management is very fundamental for business insight and growth.

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