Find market and alpha and beta values, Financial Accounting

a. Find five comparables for Bank of America (BAC)

b. Find the CEO of BAC and five comparable companies,

For BAC and all firms, find:

c. Market value, alpha and beta (prices tab),

d. ROE for 2010 (financials tab, then ratios),

e. The estimated price to earnings ratio for 2011(estimates tab)

f. Long Term Growth (%) (Snapshot tab)

h. Average analysts rating (snapshot tab)

h. Alpha (prices tab)

i. Beta

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