As a starting point, you should go to Reuters.com to find data on your assigned company. Once on the home page, type your company identifier into the search line. When the next screen comes up, your company and its identifier will show up highlighted in blue. If it isn’t listed, click on the “Companies” and it will appear there. In either case, click on your company and you will be taken to the “Profiles” screen for your company. You will need once piece of data from this screen. Below the graph of the stock price movement, in the right-hand column, you will see the number of shares currently outstanding. Note that number and then toggle over to the financials and select it. Here you can select the income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flow. Make sure you are looking at the annual information and not the quarterly financials. Print the income statement, the balance sheet, and the statement of cash flow. This will be the basis for calculating all of the required financial ratios. In addition to the three pages comprising the financial statements, you will need to note the stock price on the day you print the financials. This price will show up on the printed pages so you will have the price of the stock on the day you printed the financial statements. This will be the stock price to be used in your analysis. Please note that all the financial data is shown in millions.