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Languages: Indonesian
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Subjects: Profitability, Liquidity, Financing, Dividend Policy
The purpose of this causal associative study was to simultaneously and partially test and analyze the influence of profitability and liquidity on the dividend policy of the food and beverage companies registered in the Indonesian Stock Exchange and whether or not financing can strengthen or weaken the influence of profitability and liquidity on the dividend policy of the companies of food and beverage industry registered in the Indonesian Stock Exchange. The population of this study was 20 companies and 4 (four) of them were selected to be the samples for this study through purposive sampling method under the criteria that the food and beverage companies was active and registered in the Indonesian Stock Exchange from 2003 to 2010 as categoried by the Indonesian Stock Exchange, published the complete financial reports of their companies, and had made profit and distributed cashed dividend from 2003 to 2010. The data obtained were analyzed through multiple linear regression analysis with residual test. The result of the first hypothesis analysis showed that simultaneously the independent variables of profitability and liquidity had a significant influence on the dividend policy, while partially the independent variable of profitability had a significant influence on the dividend policy but the independent variable of liquidity did not have a significant influence on the dividend policy. The result of the second hypothesis analysis showed that simultaneously profitability, liquidity, financing, profitability interaction with financing, and liquidity interaction with financing had influence on the divided policy, but partially did not have any significant influence on the dividend policy. The variable of financing is not the moderating variable because the coefficient value of its parameter was positive even though it was significantly influencing that the variable of financing cannot strengthen or weaken the influence of the variables of profitability and liquidity on the variable of dividend policy. 097017057
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