An analysis of Balance Sheet with reference to State Bank of India

Authors

  • Dr. Satyanarayana Chadaram Mumbai
  • Dr. Sonali Gopal Kale

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1956/jge.v18i2.643

Keywords:

NPA, GROSS NPA, NET NPA, CAR, SBI

Abstract

A balance sheet is a financial statement which indicates in that reports a company's assets, liabilities, and shareholder equity. The balance sheet is very important and one of the three core financial statements which are used to assess a business. Balance Sheet provides a detailed report of a company's finances in other words what business it owns and owes as of the date of publication. A company's balance sheet provides a remarkable amount of insight into its solvency and business dealings. A balance sheet contains of three primary sections they are assets, liabilities, and equity.

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Published

11.06.2022

How to Cite

Dr. Satyanarayana Chadaram and Dr. Sonali Gopal Kale (2022) “An analysis of Balance Sheet with reference to State Bank of India”, Journal of Global Economy, 18(2), pp. 159–166. doi: 10.1956/jge.v18i2.643.

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