Using&nbspKelloggs and General Mills, put yourself in the pl

Using Kellogg’s and General Mills, put yourself in the placeof an analyst who has been asked to perform an analysis of the company andprovide a recommendation to management.Use ratio analysis, common size analysis, or othertechniques to determine areas in which the company is doing well as well asareas that management should look at. Then, present your analysis andrecommendations in the form of a paper or memorandum to management. Perform a complete DuPontanalysis of the company and compare it to the standard.  The DuPont analysis might provide guidance asto what particular areas of the company should be examined next and what ratiosshould be calculated. If the DuPont analysis does not reveal anything useful,you might wish to calculate several of the ratios that are available to you.FYI -The completed document should be about 1,000 words long. In thepaper, you do not have to explain the ratios in depth. You may assume that thereader has a basic understanding of finance and knows what ratio analysis is,although he or she might not be able to list all the ratios and how tocalculate them from memory. The reader is not going to want a lot of backgroundabout financial analysis. He or she really wants information that he or she canapply to the given situation. Refrain from using stock market valuation ratios. Provide a reference to where you got that data not onlyfor your subject company but for the other company or standard to which youcompared your company.