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|Title:||Financial Performance of Palestinian commercial Banks|
Al Khateeb, Akram
|Publisher:||Center for promoting Ideas - USA|
|Abstract:||The purpose of this study is to empirically examine the financial performance of five Palestinian commercial banks listed on Palestine securities exchange (PEX). In this paper, Financial performance has been measured by using three indicators; Internal–based performance measured by Return on Assets, Market-based performance measured by Tobin’s Q model (Price / Book value of Equity) and Economic–based performance measured by Economic Value add. The study employed the correlation and multiple regression analysis of annual time series data from 2005-2010 to capture the impact of bank size, credit risk, operational efficiency and asset management on financial performance measured by the three indicators, and to create a good-fit regression model to predict the future financial performance of these banks. The study rejected the hypothesis claiming that “there exist statistically insignificant impact of bank size, credit risk, operational efficiency and asset management on financial performance of Palestinian commercial banks|
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