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Contraction of Capital Investment in Retail Trade Sub-Sector Companies on the Indonesia Stock Exchange


  • Andy -
  • S. H. Hengky


This study aims to compare the investment contraction in the retail trade sub-sector on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX). This study examines the effect of profitability as measured by ROE on capital structure as measured by DER in sub-sector companies in IDX during 2016-2020. This type of research uses verification research with explanatory survey method and sample method of a purposive-sampling in which there are 18 samples of retail company sub-sectors. Methods of data analysis using panel data regression with the results- Profitability has a negative and significant effect on capital structure.

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  • Andy - & S. H. Hengky, 2021. "Contraction of Capital Investment in Retail Trade Sub-Sector Companies on the Indonesia Stock Exchange," Business and Economic Research, Macrothink Institute, vol. 11(3), pages 19-34, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:mth:ber888:v:11:y:2021:i:3:p:19-34

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