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# Brick Brewing Co. and Fort Garry Brewing Company Ltd.

Hello,

I am hoping I can seek assistance from the OTA's in looking at the data, and writing a BRIEF synopsis of how these 2 companies are doing compared to each others five year averages. I have attached the excel spreadsheet, and the info is located on the bottom of the ratio sheet.

I would like to seperate the analysis by; Profitibility, Activity (Efficiency), Liquidity, and Solvency- as in the excel spreadsheet.

I do not require something in-depth just looking at the key ratios within the above titles and indicating how the companies are doing compared to each other. Which company is doing better is the key question.

I would greatly appreaciate your help.

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Hello,

I am hoping I can seek assistance from the OTA's in looking at the data, and writing a BRIEF synopsis of how these 2 companies are doing compared to each others five year averages. I have attached the excel spreadsheet, and the info is located on the bottom of the ratio sheet.

I would like to separate the analysis by; Profitability, Activity (Efficiency), Liquidity, and Solvency- as in the excel spreadsheet.

I do not require something in-depth just looking at the key ratios within the above titles and indicating how the companies are doing compared to each other. Which company is doing better is the key question>

I would greatly appreciate your help.

A ratio is nothing more than a simple division of two numbers. Often numbers by themselves do not convey anything until they are related. It needs a contextual reference.
In financial analysis, we need qualitative information and try to read between the numbers. We have to ask all the right questions. Over the years, there are some ratios, which have become more ...

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I am hoping I can seek assistance from the OTA's in looking at the data, and writing a BRIEF synopsis of how these 2 companies are doing compared to each others five year averages. I have attached the excel spreadsheet, and the info is located on the bottom of the ratio sheet.

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