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Financial Analysis of Anheuser-Busch

FIN 310 project
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Ayanna Duncker

on 5 March 2015

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Transcript of Financial Analysis of Anheuser-Busch

Financial Analysis of Anheuser-Busch InBev
Background
Liquidity Analysis
Profitability Analysis
Solvency Analysis
Boston Beer Company (SAM)
founded 1984
traditional taste

Craft Brew Alliance (BREW)
formed in a 2008 merger
unique gluten-free beer
Competitors
BUD is at the top
BUD experienced great increases in both the net profit margin (15.1% increase) and return on equity (13.04% increase) from 2012 to 2013
growth of profitability suggests wise investment decisions
SAM and BREW either experienced very little growth, or none at all
Profitability Analysis
Craft Brew Alliance Inc. (BREW)

Boston Beer Company Inc (SAM)
Market Value Analysis
Common Size Analysis
BUD Balance Sheet” shows a decrease in Total Liabilities from 2012 to 2013 by (2.08%) although this is good sign for BUD, their Total Cash on hand decreased from 11.32% in 2012 to 7.03% in 2013 (-4.29%) total
“BUD Income Statement” you can see the last column showing the percent change from 2012-2013, in which the Sales increased from 28.25% in 2012 to 29.07% in 2013.
In terms of liquidity:
SAM would be the most successful, then BREW, and then BUD.
in terms of consistency, BREW would rank superior to SAM and BUD.
BREW is the only firm to experience growth in liquidity, while the other two companies experienced an average 0.25 decline in liquidity.
Analysis
Conclusion
Essential to use more than one method of financial analysis to determine position of a company

BREW was the most liquid
BUD most increases in profitability
BUD best solvency
BUD best balance sheet and Income statement
OVERVIEW
Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD)
started in 1852, st. louis, Missouri
main product: Budweiser Clydesdale
Corporate social responsibility
underage Drinking/ DWI programs
Reduced footprint
Anhauser-Bucsh Inbev
Income statement

in millions,
Sales, General and administrative
Anhauser-Busch Inbev
Balance Sheet

in millions
Solvency Analysis
Market Value Analysis
total current assets
total liabilities
BUD has been improving its ability to pay back shareholders
probably better investment decisions
promising affects on its stock prices
SAM had no change in their ratios
BREW small debt-to-equity ratio drop
BUD and SAM have larger shares of the beer market
yet BREW's numbers are consistent
BUD has the highest EPS and book-to-market ratios and had the greatest increases between 2012 and 2013
BUD shows that they are best at adapting to the changing market's tastes
Background
Competitors
Liquidity Analysis
Profitability Analysis
Solvency Analysis
Market Value Analysis
Common Size Analysis
Conclusion
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