||In the past twenty year, Taiwan Stock quote has reached 10,000 points for three times. By observing the various sector structures from these three occasions, we can find that when Taiwan Stock quote reached 12,682 points in 1990, export-oriented sectors such as Electronic, Textile etc. were accounted approximately 15% of Taiwan Stock market value. In 1997 when Taiwan Stock quote reached 10,256 points, the ratio has upraised to 40%, and to 60% when stock quote reached 10,227 points in 2000. It appears that electronic industry has progressively influence on Taiwan finance and economic. Only when 10,000 stock quote end, besides the global economic influence, the main reason is enterprises financial crisis.|
This research discusses how to provide financial facility credibility risk evaluation by using enterprise financial ratio factors. The research targets the Taiwan listed electronic enterprise from 2000 to 2005, and analyzes 101 companies’data includes those has crisis listed companies and normal listed companies.
This research analyzes financial ratio by using logistic regression to construct the financial crisis precaution model. We discover the obvious effective factors lead to financial crisis, and also the result indicates that the closer the financial crisis year, the more accurate the prediction is.
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