A Study on Financial Performance Analysis of Aravind-A-Traders

Authors

  • K. Malarkodi Department of Management Studies, M. Kumaraswamy College of Engineering, Karur, India
  • K. Sowmiya Department of Management Studies, M. Kumaraswamy College of Engineering, Karur, India

Keywords:

Financial performance analysis, Financial reports, Decision-making, Profitability, Liquidity

Abstract

The main purpose of this study is to work out, forecast and evaluate the simplest of economic conditions and company’s performance within the future. The other purpose of this study is to analyze the financial performance and then give information for financial managers to make through decisions about their business. The budget applies tools, analytical techniques and required methods for business analysis. It is a diagnostic tool for evaluating financing activities, investment activities and operational activities also as an assessment tool for management decisions and other business decisions. The analysis of financial statements, respectively the analysis of the financial reports is used by managers, shareholders, investors and all other interested parties regarding the company's state. Managers use financial reports to ascertain during which the corporate stands then provide information to shareholders, to ascertain how reasonable are the investments made within the company. To potential investors, the analysis of the financial statements of the corporate is extremely important, because, first they need to understand the particular state of the company then decide whether to invest or not.

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Published

2021-05-01

How to Cite

[1]
K. Malarkodi and K. Sowmiya, “A Study on Financial Performance Analysis of Aravind-A-Traders”, IJRESM, vol. 4, no. 4, pp. 159–165, May 2021.

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