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Unformatted text preview: ACCT212 Project 2: Financial Statement Analysis-YUM! Brands, Inc. Due Date: The project is due by the end of Week 7. Requirements: Financial Ratio Calculations* 1. Current ratio 2. Acid-test ratio 3. Inventory turnover 4. Accounts Receivable turnover 5. Average Collection Period (Days’ sales in receivables) 1. Debt ratio 2. Times-interest-earned ratio 1. Gross Profit Percentage 2. Rate of return on net sales (Profit Margin rate) 3. Rate of return on total assets 4. Rate of return on common stockholders’ equity 5. Earnings per share of common stock 6. Price/earnings ratio 7. Dividend Yield 8. Book value per share of common stock Due by Sunday, end of Week 7, 11:59 P.M. (MT) - 75 points Description : Using the financial statements for YUM! Brands, Inc. located in Appendix A of your Textbook, you will calculate Ve the Financial Ratios listed below for the year ended in 2006. Grade Weight: (75 points ) The financial statement analysis project will count for 7.5% of your overall course grade. The Worksheets contained completing the requirements for submission. 1 . Complete the Excel Spreadsheet in this Workbook labeled Horizontal & Vertical. Calculate the Horizontal & Vert 2 . Complete the Excel Spreadsheet in this Workbook labeled Ratios. Calculate the 2006 Ratios and show your comp Brands, Inc. Financial Statements in Appendix A. A. Liquidity Ratio B. Solvency Ratios C. Profitability Ratios *Note: If you are unable to locate an item needed for a ratio, make an assumption and make sure you note your assum Due: End of Sunday, Week #7 PROJECT #2-HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL ANALYSIS-SOLUTION Horizontal Horizontal YUM! Brand, Inc.-Consolidated Statements of Income Vertical Vertical Analysis Analysis 12/30/2006 Analysis 12/31/2005 Analysis $ Change % Change in millions %-2006 in millions %-2005 2005-2006 2005-2006...
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This note was uploaded on 05/23/2010 for the course ACCT ACCT212 taught by Professor Errico during the Spring '10 term at DeVry Chicago O'Hare.
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