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Nottingham University Business School

MBA Programs

Accounting & Finance Group Assignment

GROUP MEMBERS:

Aditya AVASTHI
Student ID:

Di RAO
Student ID:

Feng QIANG
Student ID:

LAKSHMI TELLADARLA
Student ID: 4191113

Vishal PRAKASH
Student ID: 4193571

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………….3
2.Kraft Foods Inc.4
2.1Company Profile4
2.2Industry Analysis4
2.3Company Analysis4
2.4 Risk factors5
2.5 FINANCIAL ANALYSIS5
2.6 Conclusion8
3.Bharti Airtel Ltd8
3.1Industry Analysis8
3.2Company Analysis9
3.3Ratio Analysis9
3.4Liquidity Analysis:10
3.5Financing Ratios Analysis:11
3.6Investment Ratios Analysis:12
3.7Risk Analysis:12
3.8Conclusion:13
4.BRITISH PETROLEUM:14
4.1Industry analysis14
4.2Organisation Analysis14
4.3Ratio Analysis15
4.4Conclusion:18
5. References19

1. Introduction:
Investing is one of the best ways of safeguarding future. When money is invested wisely income is earned. Money reserved in savings accounts earn interests that are often not in pace with inflation. We need to explore options to find the best place to invest funds at least to overcome inflation by a sizable amount. There is always certain amount of risk in any investment, but with analysis and research we can minimize that risk. Understanding the historical financial performance of companies forms the basis for estimating risk.

We are an informal Shareholders Club with a capital of £6,000 available to invest in equity shares of three companies. We have chosen Kraft foods Inc., Bharti Airtel Ltd. and British Petroleum. A detailed financial and risk analysis is done before arriving at the investment decision.

Kraft Foods Inc. (NASDAQ: KRFT) is North America's fourth largest consumer packaged food and...
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