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Comparison of Two Companies
On analysis Bookers, is operating at present with adequate liquidity and the steady R.O.C.E ratio indicates that they are not facing future problems which may threaten this. Nurdin and Peacock however are operating on a much lower percentage.
Bookers profits in 1995 show a rise, as the benefits of development expenditure work through and is expected to show a further increase in the coming year. Nurdin and Peacock's profit is falling as they face increasing competition.
The Booker company appears to be efficiently run at present, however Nurdin and Peacocks efficiency is falling.
As the company accountant, the recommendation to the Chairman of Tasker Lynch plc, is that he consider that the acquisition of shares in the Booker Group, would be in the best interests of the company and the employees as a whole. Financial advice on the matter has been taken from Bellamy Brothers, the companies financial advisors and they concur with the assessment below.
It is found that Booker plc:
a) Has a better return on capital.
b) Is more profitable.
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