• Financial Analysis coke vs. Pepsi
    should give you a clear picture of which company is the best company to invest in. Researching this analysis is needed find the soundest corporation for investment. Out of the myriad of sodas, Coca Cola and PepsiCo. are the most recognized name and the most known...
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  • (W9)-Xacc: 280-Financial Analysis.Docx
    ) ----------------------------------------------------------- Base Amount (year) * ------------------------------------------------- In contrast to PepsiCo, Coca-Cola has reduced its total number of assets ensuing it base period. PepsiCo’s Vertical Analysis. A vertical and horizontal analysis is two very...
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  • Xacc 280 Week 9 Final
    decision. Coca-Cola and PepsiCo have been in competition since day one, each have a very profitable company. When running the number through and performing a horizontal analysis the numbers show Coca-Cola as being the company that is more financially sound. Not only are Coca-Cola’s current assets at...
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  • Final Financial Analysis
    company’s financial statement; this like the vertical analysis can be shown as a percentage or unlike the vertical analysis can be shown just as an amount as well. I am providing two examples of the horizontal analysis, one for PepsiCo. and one for Coca Cola that shows the change in assets, in a...
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  • Horizontal and Vertical Analysis
    tools, vertical and horizontal analysis, and how comparing them is applied to two big businesses called PepsiCo, Incorporated and Coca-Cola Company. When referring to vertical analysis, we are referring to when a total percentage is calculated for one financial statement. As defined on “Accounting...
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  • Xacc280 Week 9 Final
    paper, I will be disclosing financial evaluations and comparisons between Coca-Coca and PepsiCo Incorporation. The visualizations used in this paper were designed to provide the analyses performed utilizing three financial analyses methods: vertical analysis, horizontal analysis, and ratios...
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  • Financial Analysis
    reputation as well and the actual financial analysis numbers. Coca-Cola has posted stronger numbers in the Vertical Analysis category while PepsiCo, Inc. posted stronger numbers in the Liquidity category. The Horizontal Analysis was not the strongest showing for the PepsiCo, Inc. the numbers however were...
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  • Ratio, Vertical, and Horizontal Analyses
    ×100=32.95% Pepsico vertical analysis for the year 2004 Current assetsTotal assets×100 863927987×100=30.87% Two measures of horizontal analysis of Pepsico Horizontal analysis compares historical data of assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity accounts. Pepsico horizontal analysis 2005 Total...
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  • Xacc 280 Final
    figures as well as the reputation of the company. Although Coca-Cola posted stronger numbers in the Vertical Analysis, PepsiCo, Inc. posted stronger numbers in the Liquidity category. The Horizontal Analysis was also not the strongest showing for the PepsiCo, Inc. were lower even though they...
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  • Xacc220 Final
    2005, PepsiCo had: [pic] This translates to 32.95% in 2004, the company showed: [pic] or 30.87% Coca-Cola’s Vertical Analysis: To vertically analyze Coca-Cola, we perform these calculations again and compare. [pic] During 2005, PepsiCo. Inc.’s cash and cash equivalents were a total...
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  • Financial Analysis
    one that shows the items appearing on it in percentage form as well as in dollar form (Accounting Management, 2009). The following is the vertical analysis for both PepsiCo and Coca-Cola using an excel spreadsheet I was able to calculate a vertical analysis for both companies assets. |PepsiCo...
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  • Financial Analysis Coca-Cola
    of the company. In this essay I will compare financial data from Coca Cola Company and PepsiCo. This essay briefly describes what vertical and horizontal analysis is, and then it goes over the vertical analysis from both companies, comparing one to the other. The same is done with the horizontal...
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  • Xacc280 Financial Analysis
    financial comparison between the two most known beverages company in the world PepsiCo and Coca-Cola. I will be supporting my financial analysis by showing vertical, horizontal, and ratio financial analysis for both companies. To provide explanation as to what to find in each financial analysis...
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  • Finanical Analysis
    objective of this paper is to explain the financial relationship between the Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, Inc. Other more I’ll explain the vertical and horizontal analysis for the Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, Inc. The main concern of all is to show how the two financial companies are different. Vertical Analysis...
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  • Capstone Project
    the same time of 2004 and 2005. PepsiCo Inc. has obviously increased its total current assets by obtaining loans. This shows that PepsiCo Inc. may have a great amount debt that it has racked up this period. Coca-Cola’s Horizontal Analysis: Coca-Cola’s horizontal analysis is calculated to show...
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  • Financial Analysis-XACC/Accounting
    incurred debt this period. Coca Cola’s horizontal analysis is calculated in the same manner as it was done for PepsiCo to show if Coca Cola experienced an increase or decrease in assets and liabilities between the years of 2004 and 2005. To get this percentage, divide the total current assets in 2005...
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  • Financial Analysis
    FINANCIAL ANALYSIS The vertical analysis of the PEPSICO and Coca-Cola Company show that PEPSICO rose 2 percent and Coca-Cola dropped 4.3 percent from the year 2004 to 2005. The way to find the vertical analysis is to take the current assets and the total assets and divide them. All numbers in...
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  • Xacc 280 Financial Statement Analysis
    for Coca-Cola and show your work: | 19/20 points |   | Ratio analysis |   |   | Tool: Current ratio for 2005 |   |   | Pepsico |   | 1 | Coca-Cola |   | 1 | Tool: Current ratio for 2004 |   |   | Pepsico |   | 1 | Coca-Cola |   | 1 |   |   |   | Vertical analysis |   |   | Tool...
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  • Financial Analsis
    consists of soft drinks, water, tea, coffee and soups. Today the Coca-Cola Company has a market cap of $156.83 billion and like the PepsiCo Inc. has grown tremendously in size and products. This section of the essay will display the vertical, horizontal and ratios of both companies using the...
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  • Financial Analysis
    to analyze and compare this data by using current ratio, vertical analysis, and horizontal analysis. In my discussion, I will use PepsiCo and Coca-Cola as the two companies to analyze and compare. Once the analysis and comparison are complete, we will be able to determine the suitability of...
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