The study includes an analysis of the functioning of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises during the COVID-19 pandemic from the perspective of financial security management of these entities. The article covers the identification of threats in the area of finances of the discussed enterprises that arose during the pandemic, as well as the assessment and approach to financial risk management in these entities. As a result, the key categories of threats to the financial security of enterprises, arising during the COVID-19 pandemic, were presented, as well as the assessment of the effectiveness of state services responsible for ensuring financial security. The study focuses on multidimensional data analysis in terms of their grouping and unraveling in terms of comparing the considered variables in terms of dynamics. Initial studies were performed by comparing several variables, and the data were analyzed not only during the COVID-19 pandemic, but also in the pre-pandemic period in terms of observing their fluctuations in dynamic terms, and the relationships between them were also examined.
The internationalization practice of private public cooperation has been intensively studied since the 1960s. Due to increase in public capital flows, direct investments and competition in private services at that time active development of public and private cooperation has begun. This publication emphasizes the importance of a military training system quality and ways how to gain the better performance for the sustainable improvement. However diminishing long term allocations for training suppose new perception for different kind of qualification anticipated in the National Defense System (NDS). There are several good experience countries in the world which changed their army training system qualification assessments and purchased training service from private companies. Market research data showed that public-private partnership in military training is a new kind of military sustainable support possibility. There was a novel model laid in this paper for better military training system and private partnership evaluation.
Technical and fundamental analyses are the two investment making decisions widely spread all around the world. The financial crisis of 2008-2009 had a negative impact on the decisions of the Lithuanian investors to choose stock as the best investment option. However, national economics is cyclical and after recession recovery follows. Production volumes are anticipated to increase seeing that analysts forecast further GDP growth. Due to this reason, additional funding for the successful performance of enterprises will be required. Therefore, financial resources must be attracted by issuing new volumes of stocks. On the other hand, the successful performance of an issuer has a positive influence on the stock price in the market which is the subject of forecast made by the investors of Lithuania. Positive changes of stock prices in the market are partially influenced by the expectations of investors that stock prices will grow rapidly in the future. However, this feature is not known and can only be forecasted using different econometric models. At the theoretical level scientists disagree about the effectiveness of the methods used by the Lithuanian investors. Recently technical and fundamental analyses became popular among investors, though there is not much research done in order to test the effectiveness of the applicability of these methods in the Lithuanian stock market. With reference to the above mentioned information, this research is aimed to determine whether it is possible to forecast stock prices by estimating the financial ratios of a particular company. Due to this reason, a link between the return of a stock price and the financial ratios of the selected companies will be evaluated using correlation and covariance as the main analytical tools. Appropriate conclusions and suggestions are provided after obtaining reliable empirical results.