The Impact of Liquidity on the Profitability of a Listed Food Firms of Pakistan Stock Exchange


Ayaz Ahmed , Mohsin Lund , Muhammad Raheel Hisbani ,

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Volume 10 - June 2021 (06)


A definitive objective of each organization is to improve the abundance of the investors. For that reason, liquidity and productivity assume a fundamental part. This examination has an undertaking to know the impact of liquidity proportions on productivity, that what liquidity can mean for the benefit either emphatically or contrarily. The liquidity incorporates cash proportion, speedy proportion, and current proportion, which measure the association's efficiency and execution of return on resources. This examination has been directed on the information of 15 firms in the Food area of Pakistan from 2014 to 2019. The essential objective of the examination is choosing the effect of money proportion, current proportion, and speedy proportion on benefit (ROA). Also, these extents are the monetary devices to quantify the presentation and liquidity spot of firms. Further, it assists with realizing that organizations have stood, if pay, its momentary obligation. Likewise, it decides how firms can expand their benefit by putting resources into an alternate class. It utilizes viable methodology and arrangements to defeat the adverse aftereffects of a liquidity issue. In this exploration, optional information is utilized. The information of both liquidity and productivity proportions have been gathered from various sources, similar to the association's yearly budget summaries, joins, and different sources. Targets are accomplished through the investigation of gathered information by utilizing the fixed-impact (F.E) model and  arbitrary impact (R.E) model . Besides, the The optimal model between (RE) and (FE) was determined using the Hausman test. The Results acknowledge the utilization of the (FE) model for this investigation to dissect the impact of liquidity (fast proportion,present  proportion, and money proportion) on productivity to discover the negative or constructive outcome on a firm. They show the huge and immaterial relationship of liquidity factors to the productivity of Food enterprises. This investigation discovering introduced that unimportant and negative relationship of current proportion with return on resources, cash proportion adversely affects return on resources. The speedy proportion has a huge and positive relationship with return on resources.
Also, it is demonstrating that ceaseless advancement in the liquidity factors can prompt rising the benefit of Food enterprises. The discoveries recommend that organizations need to expand their exhibition and benefit by improving a company's monetary situation of liquidity and execution. The signs of the aftereffects of this exploration are that organizations ought to use their present resources at an ideal level to guarantee higher efficiency.


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