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Rolls-Royce Share Discussion Threads
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|"Barclays Capital reiterated Rolls-Royce Group (LON:RR) as ‘Underweight’
The analyst stated that the investment firm has set a price target of 480 on shares of LON:RR. Based on the brokers price target of 480, this means Barclays Capital believes there is a potential decrease of -37.86% from the current stock price of 772.5."
|Big risk take to buy Westinghouse, not sure RR is in a position to do that but wont be surprised if the French to do so.|
|We need to wait and see if RR gets a look in on the the proposed B797 if it ever gets off the ground.
not sure why the indication is that RR will partner with P&W unless they are looking at a geared turbofan.
Also there is the potential for a further stretch of the A350 (designated A350-2000, hence another variant of the Trent XWB) to compete with the B777x but that would make the plane very long.|
|They want to sell.
|Westinghouse is owned by Toshiba|
|Anyone got thoughts on where next?|
|No chance, we don't have enough money to be able to do that.
We should at least be glad that they are made by UK based workers . . . at the moment.|
|Hope we can retrieve RR cars back from Germany post Brexit.|
|Top marks to Rolls-Royce for this;
|Looking forward to seeing £8 breached tomorrow and then see a rapid rise to £9 plus by end of March.|
|Good trading volume today. Bodes well for further increases|
|Keeping mine for now as I can see more orders being won as £ falls against other currencies.|
|You can have some of mine if the share price hits 745 I shall trade some out . 15% in 6 weeks would do me . Happy to hold the rest ...|
|Looking to buy some, will see if there is any pull back for a better entry|
|Well fair credit to Goldman Sachs for predicting a price that's around fifty percent higher than at the time that they made it.
Fingers crossed that they have called it right :-)|
|Goldman Sachs upgrades RR to Buy v Neutral and adds it to the Conviction List
* GS notes cash flow has deteriorated at RR as organic
EBITDA has fallen and investment spending has increased
* Broker expects underlying EBITDA performance to improve (on a cash basis) led by the Civil Aerospace division, and investment spending (R&D + capex) to level out
* This should enable FCF (RR defined) to grow from £120 mn in 2017 to £1,547 mn in 2020E, GS says.|
|Doing very well from (PREM), (PVR)holdings etc so have bought some more here, not for short term trading though, majority of my investments are for long term holds.|
|From memory VA sold out of SMIN in order to double down on RR.
SMIN has since soared.|
|I don't know but it is very difficult to build-up holdings with them over your shoulder.|
|Some large trades again. ValueAct topping up?|
|Oh, dear, it crossed 666 three times and then ended on 666. I advise running for cover.|
|Support levels 640p & 600p, I would have a small toe in @ 640p and a bigger splash @ 600p. Sitting patiently. Decided to have a spec long term punt on (CYAN) instead|
|Interesting how analysts come up with different predictions re cash flow & orders completions.
Ask yourself is this a leading UK company which has engines for Airbus planes that seem on balance to be ahead of US competitors using latest technology to achieve fuel economy, cut down on maintenance requirements etc.|