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Nabila Savitri, Siti Hidayati
International Journal of Business Ecosystem & Strategy (2687-2293), Volume 4, pp 49-56; https://doi.org/10.36096/ijbes.v4i1.307

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This study was conducted to find out whether there are differences in the financial performance of the Primary Consumer Goods Sector Companies before and during the Covid-19 outbreak. This study uses a probability sampling technique called the Slovin formula to determine the number of samples, the final result obtained is 72 samples of companies. The research period is one year before Covid-19 (2nd quarter of 2019 to 2nd quarter of 2020) and one year during Covid-19 occurs (2nd quarter of 2021 to 2nd quarter of 2022). Data processing in this study uses SPSS 28 with the Wilcoxon signed-rank test analysis technique. The results in the study state that there are differences for profitability and activity variable, while for liquidity and solvency variables shows that there are no differences before and during Covid-19.
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