3. TREND LINES & DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS:. Time series o

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1TREND LINES & DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS:I.Time series of monthly stock prices against time on the graph.A.Coca Cola:Jan/06Aug/05Mar/05Oct/04May/04Dec/03Jul/03Feb/03Sep/02Apr/02Nov/01Jun/01Jan/01Aug/00Mar/00Oct/99May/99Dec/98Jul/98Feb/98Sep/97Apr/97Nov/96Jun/96Jan/96051015202530Coca Cola CompanyCoca Cola Company Stock ValueWe can observe that the stock price was at increasing level from the start and was at its peakduring the year 1998. Thereafter there is fall in price of the stock and after year 2004 onwardsthe stock is steady.B.Exxon Mobil:Jan/06Aug/05Mar/05Oct/04May/04Dec/03Jul/03Feb/03Sep/02Apr/02Nov/01Jun/01Jan/01Aug/00Mar/00Oct/99May/99Dec/98Jul/98Feb/98Sep/97Apr/97Nov/96Jun/96Jan/960102030405060Exxon Mobil CompanyExxon Mobil Company Stock ValueWe can observe that the stock price is at increasing level from the start and was at its peakduring the year 2004. We can see uptrend in the stock.
2C.Johnson & Johnson:Jan/06Aug/05Mar/05Oct/04May/04Dec/03Jul/03Feb/03Sep/02Apr/02Nov/01Jun/01Jan/01Aug/00Mar/00Oct/99May/99Dec/98Jul/98Feb/98Sep/97Apr/97Nov/96Jun/96Jan/960102030405060Johnson and Johnson CompanyJohnson and Johnson Company Stock ValueD.S & P Index:Jan/06Aug/05Mar/05Oct/04May/04Dec/03Jul/03Feb/03Sep/02Apr/02Nov/01Jun/01Jan/01Aug/00Mar/00Oct/99May/99Dec/98Jul/98Feb/98Sep/97Apr/97Nov/96Jun/96Jan/9602004006008001000120014001600S&P 500S&P 500 Index ValueWe can observe that the Index was in uptrend initially. However after the year 2000, we see adowntrend which is gaining pick again from the year 2002.E.IRX:We can observe that the US Treasury Bill Rate was steady till the year 1998, however it saw adowntrend from the year 2002 which continued till the year 2004 and then an uptrend started.
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