A Study of Financial Analysis in Textile Sector

Dr. Meenakshi Anand


The textile industry of India plays a substantive role in the economy. This is one of the largest industry in India in terms of employment generation, and earning foreign exchange. The paper focuses on the financial strength of the textile sector in India. And to know that up to what extent textile sector has used their available resources effectively. For this purpose profitability, liquidity and solvency position of textile companies has examined. In this paper comparative ratio analysis technique has used to know the financial soundness of textile companies.
The result shows the profitability margins has slightly different due to volatile textiles market and volatility in raw material prices. The liquidity and solvency position is almost same in all the textile companies.


Company, Liquidity, Profitability, Solvency, Textile

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