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The recent global crisis which suddenly results to Nigerian stock market crash revealed some peculiarities of Nigerian firms.
Some firms in Nigeria are performing but their stock prices are not increasing while some firms are at the brink of collapse but their stock prices are increasing.
Thus, this study examines the relationship between firm performance and stock prices in Nigeria.
The study covered the period of 2005 to 2009.
This period is the period of stock boom and also marked the period of stock market crash as a result of global financial meltdown.
The study is a panel study.
A total of 140 firms were sampled from 216 firms listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).
Data were collected from secondary source.
These data were divided into four strata comprising the most performing stock, the least performing stock, most performing firms and the least performing firms.
Each stratum contains 35 firms with characteristic of most performing stock, most performing firms, least performing stock and least performing firms.
The study found that, relationship exists between selected firm performance parameters and stock price.
I obtained senior Secondary school Certificate S.S.C.E in 1988.
Nigeria certificate in Education (N.C.E) 1991, Bachelor of Science Degree in Management Studies 1995, Master Degree of Business Administration 2000, Master of Science Degree in Business Administration, Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Management, Fellow member of Financial Analyst.
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