Financial Analysis Based on Efficiency Indicators at Microeconomic Level
Ilie RÄƒscolean () and
Ileana â€“ Sorina Rakos ()
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Ilie RÄƒscolean: University of PetroÅŸani
Ileana â€“ Sorina Rakos: University of PetroÅŸani
Ovidius University Annals, Economic Sciences Series, 2019, vol. XIX, issue 1, 646-654
Through this article, the authors want to highlight by analyzing the financial equilibrium that Romanian economic entities can be successful in a niche market such as the construction sector, with specialization in construction works for residential and non-residential buildings and road infrastructure. To this end, the authors conducted a case study on the example of PRO STRATEGY CONSTRUCTION SRL in TÃ¢rgoviÅŸte, which has full Romanian capital. Highlighting the role of financial analysis, the authors try to appreciate the conditions under which the financial equilibrium is achieved, based on the analysis of the balance sheet structure ratios, the financial balance indicators, the liquidity and the solvency of the entity, a deduction of the entityâ€™s degree of autonomy and the adoption of some corrective decisions in the short, medium and long term management. The article concludes with the authorsâ€™ conclusions and views on the efficiency indicators of the analysed entity, the period 2016 - 2018.
Keywords: financial analysis; financial balance; financial equilibrium indicators; ratios method (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M21 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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