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Based on the stock price for the shown below, present a graph that illustrates the stock price of every company. Show conclusions that can be drawn based on the trend:
a. The day of its initial public offering
b. 1st January, 2012
c. 1st January, 2011
d. 1st January, 2010
Research and summarize at least two news events (this can include mergers, political, acquisitions issues) that occurred from 2010 to the present day and the possible impact on the stock price of each company. Show how this influences your investment decision related to the company.
1. Give an overall financial analysis for each company that highlights the key characteristics for investment and how this can impact an investor's decision.
2. Based on your review of the financial data for every company, show the accuracy and reliability of the data for making investment decision.
Identify the substantive test that should detect each misstatement. For each test, indicate the financial statement assertion(s) to which it pertains.
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