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Financial Analysis|
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XACC 280 |
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This paper will show you the comparison of two major companies in the beverage field. These companies are Coca-Cola and Pepsi. Both of these companies offer water, flavored water, and soft drinks. When these companies began they were primarily producing soft drinks. This paper will show you what the vertical and horizontal analysis is. You will also be able to understand each vertical and horizontal analysis for both companies. I will provide the ratios for both Coca Cola and Pepsi. The analysis is very important so both companies can understand how they are being managed. When you have a business or consider starting of investing, it is important that you keep your financial documents, audits, taxes, and any other financial statements accurate. All this information is needed so that you are able to see what the companies are doing with their revenue. The financial documents will also so what the company has done in the past as well. The financial information is always helpful when you are trying to gain or prepare future revenue. This will help any company to grow, whether it is in the beverage distribution or any other type of production. When you are considering having investors, creditors or general management, this information will be very useful to see if there are any types of issues that need to be cleared up or better planned for the future. Because these two companies show that they are in competition they still need to show growth with their market value and also their profit sales. In the beginning you can see that they both open the door of new sales in all different areas of distribution. These areas iced tea, bottled water and some snack foods. As the years go on you will find new ideas and items come forth? In order for both companies to continue to grow in the ways they have put in place on their yearly business plans they should always...