CREATED ON 2nd October 2018
COMPLETED ON 3rd October 2018
Expert hired: DrMelissa

CIT Bank (CIT), Nat The Home Depot - Retailer; PepsiCo - Manufacturer

focus on questions , and the second question use datas , about first question use more data, and with less quotes. for the strengths and weakness focus on businesses relative and financial no more about others. for strengths and weaknesses, I need one half or more page. and for the last question is one page. What are the strength and weakness of your bank’s businesses relative to other commercial banks (think carefully about the appropriate comparison group!) this is first question Based on your research and analyses, would you recommend investing in these three companies? Why or why not? this is second question
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