Financial Analysis of the Holding Sector
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Financial Analysis Applications in Borsa Istanbul: Sector-Based Reviews I.
Holdings are businesses that are important for both investors and national economies in terms of the size of their capital, sales volumes and profit-making potential. In the study, the financial data of 24 holding companies in the holding sector in Borsa Istanbul, covering the 2018-2022 period, were handled with the ratio analysis method, and it was aimed to evaluate the holdings in the sector both on a company basis and from a sectoral perspective. In this direction, the liquidity, activity, capital structure and profitability ratios of the holdings within the scope of the study were analyzed as of the periods within the scope of the study. The findings showed that the average liquidity ratios of the holdings on a sectoral basis are at an acceptable level, and there is no liquidity risk in the holding sector when the average values of the sector are taken into account. It has been seen in the findings that the holdings within the scope of the study are quite efficient in consuming their stocks and collecting their receivables in line with the average values of the relevant period, and the mobility of their assets during the period is at an acceptable level. The findings obtained from the study showed that the holdings use equity and foreign resources at a close level in asset financing, it was observed that the average profitability ratios of the holdings were at an acceptable level, and there was a significant increase in total asset and equity profitability, especially in the 2022 period.
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