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Measuring Profitability Efficiency of the Saudi National Banks

  title={Measuring Profitability Efficiency of the Saudi National Banks},
  author={Ahmed Arif Almazari and Mohammad Abdelkarim Almumani},
This study attempted basically to measure the profitability efficiency of the Saudi national banks for the period 2006-2010. It is evaluatory in nature, drawing sources of information from secondary data. The profitability efficiency of banks is studied on the basis of financial variables and ratios. Multiple Regression was used to test the effect of independent variables on ROA and operating income (OI), it was found independent variables affect ROA and it does not affect operating income (OI… 

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