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Analysis of the Effect of Operating Cash Flow, Leverage, and Firm Size on Earnings Persistence

Rezika Farah Sabila, Einde Evana, Ratna Septiyanti

Abstract: This research aims to provide empirical evidence in the effect of operating cash flow, leverage, and firm size on earnings persistence. The data used on this research is historical secondary data. The data used in this research were taken from website www.idx.co.id. A population in this research were companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) sector food & beverage for the period 2015-2019. Sampling method used is purposive sampling method with a sample of 33 companies. The outcome of this research indicate that operating cash flow & firm size have a positive effect on earning persistence. Meanwhile, leverage does not affect earning persistence.
Keywords: leverage / operating cash flow / firm size / earning persistence

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