🔬 Corporate/Financial Research and Analysis
🔬 Economic/Social Research and Analysis
🔬 Political Research and Analysis
🌐 Economic/Social Data and Indicators
🤞 Central Government Debt
🚢 International Trade (Imports/Exports)
🏭 Manufacturing of Goods
💸 Workers Remittances from Abroad
💵 Foreign Exchange Reserves (SBP and Banks)
🛒 Prices and Sensitive Price Index (SPI)
📈 PSX Stock/Share Position And Analysis (Companies)
📈 PSX Stock/Share Position And Analysis (Others)
💱 Exchange Rates Data and Analysis
💰 Market Treasury Bills
🆔 Company Profile
📃 Financial Statements and Ratio Analysis
📝 Narrative Financial Analysis
📒 Corporate Accounting/Financial Information and Analysis
📔 Corporate Accounting/Financial Information and Analysis (Comparative)
Expected Credit Loss Model (ECLM) for Agriculture Sector of Pakistan
Expected Credit Loss Model (ECLM) Demonstration through TensorFlow
KSE-100 Index Estimate through Machine Learning
Estimating GDP Growth of Pakistan through Machine Learning
Population Estimate through Machine Learning
It does not need to be backed by data to understand that Revenue (Sales) results in profit (Earning before Interest and Taxes). More sales, more profit.
However it is harmless to tes the observation on real data.
Our servers already have the financial data of almost all the companies. Let's see if higher sales do indeed result in higher profits.
The trendline drawn by the resulting dots suggests that there is a positive correlation between sales and profits.
This analysis shown another interesting fact. Top performers and top under-performers. Top performers are on the top left corner such as Oil and Gas Development Corporation Limited (OGDCL) with highest profits and top under-performers are on the bottom right corner such as Pakistan State Oil (PSO).