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    Title: Evaluating Overseas Convertible Bonds from Financial Statements Using Five Forces Analysis
    Other Titles: 英文
    Authors: Yu-Lu Liao;Yen-Sen Ni
    Keywords: Performance Evaluation;Overseas Convertible Bonds;TOPSIS
    Date: 2016-04
    Issue Date: 2016-08-15
    Publisher: Electronic Business Management Society, Taiwan
    Abstract: We measure the financial performance of overseas convertible bonds according the analysis of five forces retrieved from financial statements, including the current ratio, debt ratio, asset turnover ratio, net profit ratio, and P/E ratio, as convertible bonds are occasionally issued by high-tech firms for raising funds in Taiwan. By using the evaluation method called technique for order preference by similarity to ideal solution (TOPSIS), we reveal the firms with superior performance using a limited sample, unlike the other approaches adopted in finance. We argue that this study will contribute to the existing literature by presenting persuasive results using limited samples, which is rarely explored in the relevant literature.
    Relation: International Journal of Electronic Business Management 12(4), pp.247-255
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