Pepsico Inc is at this time anticipated to have takeover price of 1620 B with market capitalization of 1580 B, debt of 29.4 B, and cash on hands of 7.01 B. Please note that takeover price may be misleading and is a subject to mistakes in financial statements. We encourage investors to thoroughly investigate all of the Pepsico fundamentals before making investing decisions based on the enterprise value of the company
Pepsico Investor Information
The company has Price/Earnings (P/E) ratio of 261.08. Pepsico Inc had not issued any dividends in recent years. PepsiCo, Inc. operates as a food and beverage company worldwide. To find out more about PEPSICO contact Mehmood Khan at 914-253-2000 or learn more at http://www.pepsico.com.
Pepsico Asset UtilizationPepsico makes use of its asset almost 7.78 pct., securing ##currencySymbol##0.08 for each of asset held by Pepsico. A growing assets utilization conveys that the company is being more effective with each of asset it holds. In other words assets utilization of Pepsico shows how effective it operates for each spent on its asset
Pepsico Profitability Analysis
The company reported revenue of 65.64 B. Net Income was 6.12 B.
Pepsico Debt Analysis
PEPSICO has accumulated about 7.01 B in cash with 9.87 B of positive cash flow from operations. This results in cash-per-share (CPS) ratio of 4.53.
Pepsico Market SharePepsico Inc is regarded third in market capitalization category among related companies. Market capitalization of Beverages - Soft Drinks industry is at this time estimated at about 6.73 Trillion. Pepsico totals roughly 1.58 Trillion in market capitalization claiming about 23% of stocks in Beverages - Soft Drinks industry.
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Based on latest financial disclosure Pepsico Inc reported 65.64 B of revenue. This is 333.61% higher than that of Consumer Goods sector, and 175.96% higher than that of Beverages - Soft Drinks industry, The Revenue for all stocks is 719.83% lower than the firm.