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2004, 2005, 2006, 2007

oAnalyze federal express working capital management. Explain why the company’s operating and cash cycles are currently optimized. If you think they are not optimized, explain why.
*Analyze the company's working capital management based on their inventory period, accounts receivable period, accounts payable period, cash conversion cycle, and operating cycle.

o Based on the Federal Express company’s financial statements, list the long-term debt held by the corporation, maturity dates and yield to maturity. List the types of stock issued by the company, the stocks’ current selling price, and the 52-week average selling price.

o Compute the weighted average cost of capital (WACC) for both years and discuss
your findings.

o Write a brief analysis that summarizes the data you’ve gathered throughout the
weeks and evaluates how Federal Express compares to industry averages.

o Write your recommendations on whether as an investor you should buy Federal Express
company's stock and why.

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