Browsing by Author Abd Jalil, Hasbullah

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  • Authors: Muhammad Sori, Zulkarnain; Abd Jalil, Hasbullah (2009)

  • This study develops a failure prediction model for Singaporean companies. The results show good performance with a highly correct categorization factuality rate of more than 80 percent. Two ratios were determined significant out of 64 financial ratios utilized in this analysis to discriminate among failed and non-failed companies. The significant variables are Cash flow to Sales (V02) and Days Sales in Receivable (V31).

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  • Authors: Muhammad Sori, Zulkarnain; Abd Jalil, Hasbullah (2009)

  • This study develops a failure prediction model for Singaporean companies. The results show good performance with a highly correct categorization factuality rate of more than 80 percent. Two ratios were determined significant out of 64 financial ratios utilized in this analysis to discriminate among failed and non-failed companies. The significant variables are Cash flow to Sales (V02) and Days Sales in Receivable (V31).