The Effect of Net Income and Other Comprehensive Income on Future¡¯s Comprehensive Income With Attribution of Comprehensive Income as Moderating Variable
Prihat Assih and
International Journal of Financial Research, 2021, vol. 12, issue 3, 205-219
This study aims to examine the effect of net income and other comprehensive income on the total of future¡¯s comprehensive income with attribution of earning as a moderating variable. It also tests whether comprehensive income is more persistent than Net Income and whether re-measurement of the defined program is the highest predictive power for future CIs. The dependent variable was Comprehensive Incomet+1, and the independent variables were Net Income and Other Comprehensive Income. Data sources were financial statements 2014-2018 of 367 companies listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange. The empirical evidence were 1).Net income and other comprehensive income can predict future comprehensive income, 2). The CI attribution can improve the ability of NI and OCI in predicting future CI. 3). Net income is more persistent than other comprehensive income, 4). The defined program is the highest predictive power for future CIs.
Keywords: net income; comprehensive income; other comprehensive income; attribution of earning (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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