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A Cluster Investigation To Quantify The Financial Performance Of Selected Housing Finance Companies In India

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D. Srinivasa Kumar



Financial Performance, Housing Finance, Operation Profit, Net Profit, ROCE, ROA



This paper explores the financial performance of selected housing finance companies in India. The financial performance of any organization is affected by a few variables like capital utilization, cost, revenue and profit margin. In this investigation has broken down the financial performance of HFCs for the period of eight years of top six HFCs in India. In this analyze the growth of profitability and financial adequacy of HFCs and also analyze the financial performance of HFCs in terms of operating profit, net profit, return on capital employed and return on assets. In this analysis apply the two ways analysis F test is used to analyze the financial information of HFCs.



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