This study is based on the impact of working capital management on financial performance of the firm. For pursuing the research data has been collected through the financial statements of lucky cement and attock cement. In this study one hypothesis has established. .the outcomes demonstrates working capital had huge effect on company's money related execution ye, it’s fluctuate from association to association comparably, in this examination we contrast fortunate concrete and attock bond and each different as the outcomes indicates fortunate bond is more stable and manage association than the attock concrete. An effective working capital administration, positioning and controlling of present resources and existing debts in a way that executes the danger of letdown to meet due here and now assurances from one perspective and keep away from over the top interest in these benefits then again. Many overviews have confirmed that chiefs spend remarkable time on everyday matters that include working capital selections. . Liquidity for the firm of going isn't dependent on the liquidation estimation of its advantages, but instead on the worming money streams created by those advantages.
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