A Study on Profitability Performance of Selected Private Sector Banks in India
Keywords:HDFC, AXIS, ICICI, KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK
The objective of this research was to investigate the profitability of a few Indian banks that operate in the private sector. based on the results of profitability ratios such the EPS ratio, net profit ratio, dividend per share ratio, ROA ratio, and ROE ratio. Profitability is a metric for efficiency and control; it represents the effectiveness or efficiency with which a company's operations are carried out. The most crucial indicator of a company's success is its ability to generate profits, whether that means tracking past profits or predicting future ones. A non-profitable company cannot survive. On the other hand, a very lucrative company might provide its owners with a significant return on their investment. One of the most essential functions of business managers is boosting profitability. Managers are always looking for ways to boost profitability within the company. Income statements and balance sheets can be used to analyse these prospective changes.
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