• Isnaeni Rokhayati Universitas Wijayakusuma Purwokerto
  • Siti Muntahanah Universitas Wijayakusuma Purwokerto
  • Ruth Constance Hattu Universitas Wijayakusuma Purwokerto
Keywords: Profitability, Leverage, Company Size and Stock Prices


The company's performance can be seen from the value of the company which is reflected in the company's share price that continues to increase. Increase in the company's stock price is influenced by internal factors and external factors of the company. The company's internal factors are factors that originate within the company which can affect the company's stock price, namely the company's financial ratios. Financial ratios that can affect include profitability, leverage and company size. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of corporate internal factors in the form of financial ratios that affect the company's share price in banking sub-sector companies listed on the Indonesia stock exchange. The population in this study is the banking sector companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in the 2016-2018 period as many as 43 companies. Data in the form of secondary data. The method of determining the sample using a purposive sampling method. The number of samples taken was 28 companies. The data analysis method used is panel data regression analysis with the eviews 10 program. The results showed that profitability (ROE) had a significant positive effect on stock prices. Leverage (DER) has a significant negative effect on stock prices. While the size of the company has a significant positive effect on stock prices. The adjusted R2 value of 0.611414 can be interpreted that the contribution of all independent variables in the form of profitability, leverage and company size affects overall as much as 61.14% of the share price in the banking sub sector companies in the Indonesian Securities Exchange. The company banking sector should pay attention to the company's internal factors, namely financial ratios, especially profitability, leverage and company size so that the company's stock price can increase, so that it can reflect the value of a good company