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  • D. Vivet

    (National Bank of Belgium, Microeconomic Information Department)

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The article looks at the financial situation of non-financial corporations in Belgium over the period from 1 January to 31 December 2010. After briefly describing the methodology and the population studied, it presents an extrapolation of the main operating result items for 2010. It then assesses the financial situation of companies as regards profitability and solvency. Since last year, the scope of this assessment has been widened to cover the entire population, examining not only the medians but also the first and third quartiles and the tenth and ninetieth percentiles. Moreover, the results of the financial health model developed by the Bank are also reported. Finally, section 4 presents a regional analysis of the data.

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Article provided by National Bank of Belgium in its journal Economic Review.

Volume (Year): (2011)
Issue (Month): III (December)
Pages: 69-104

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Handle: RePEc:nbb:ecrart:y:2011:m:december:i:iii:p:69-104

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