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2018 | 103 | 131-143
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Financial analysis as a business management tool on the example of a company from the energy industry

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The elaboration below concerns to explain the essence of financial analysis and its significance for making decisions in the organization. The financial analysis forms part of the economic analysis that deals with the assessment of the financial and economic situation of the company. The empirical part of the study presents a financial analysis of a company belonging to the energy sector, taking into account key indicators that enable its activity to be assessed. The research period covers the years 2014-2016.
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103
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131-143
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  • Faculty of Management, Czestochowa University of Technology, Czestochowa, Poland
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