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A study on the financial performance of the Hyderabad Stock Exchange

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  1. Introduction
  2. Company profile
  3. Industry profile
    1. Origin of the industry
    2. Various departments
    3. Computerization of the industry
  4. Research Methodology
  5. Certificates
  6. Declaration
  7. Acknowledgement
  8. Conceptual Framework
  9. Data analysis and interpretation
  10. Findings and suggestions
  11. Annexure
  12. Bibliography
  13. Conclusion

The Hyderabad Stock Exchange Ltd. established in 1943 was as a non-profit organization. It is now on its way to completing its 62nd year in the capital market; serving the cause of saving and investments. The Exchange made today occupies a prominent place in the regional stock exchange in India. The Hyderabad stock Exchange has been promoting the mobilization of funds in the industrial sector for industrialization in the state of Andhra Pradesh. The main motto behind starting of any business is to gain profits. We can say the company is running in a healthy way by observing its past and present financial position. Now the company management wants to assess the financial position of the company. Hence the present study has been under taken with the help of Ratio Analysis. The scope of the study is confined to the following aspects: To carry out the present study, a period of two years is taken, from 2003 to 2005. Some selected ratios like liquidity ratios, activity ratios, leverage ratios and profitability ratios are examined to test the financial position of the company.

[...] This ratio is indirectly indicating that the company is highly relied on the creditors or money- lenders which is a very bad long-term solvency position of the company. shareholders funds proprietaryequity ratio = Total assets Interest coverage ratio Interest coverage ratio shows how many times interest chares is covered by funds that are available for payment of interest. The ratio is calculated as: EBIT Interest coverage ratio= Interest ACTIVITY RATIOS Activity ratios measure how efficiency the firm employees its resources. [...]


[...] Current Diversifications: Depository Participant: The Exchange has also become a Depository Participant with National Securities Depository Limited(NSDL) and Central Depository Services Limited(CDSL).Our own DP is fully operational and the execution time will come down opening the accounts at Hyderabad of investors, members of the Exchange and other Exchanges. The trades of all the Exchange having on-line trading which get into National depository can also be settled at Hyderabad by this Exchange itself. In short all the traders of all the investors and members of any Exchange at Hyderabad in dematerialized securities can be settled by the Exchange itself as a NSDL and CDLS. [...]


[...] Absolute liquid assets Absolute liquid ratio= Current liabilities Capital structure/ Leverage ratios/ Long-term solvency ratio The long-term financial stability of a firm is considered as dependent upon its ability to meet all its liabilities. The ratios, which are measuring the long-term solvency, are: 1. Debt-Equity ratio 2. Share holders equity/ propriety ratio 3. Fixed assets to long term funds ratio 4. Debt to net worth ratio 5. Dividend coverage ratio 6. Interest coverage ratio Debt equity ratio Debt equity ratio indicates the relationship between long-term debts and shareholders funds. [...]

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