Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rolls-Royce Holdings LSE:RR. London Ordinary Share GB00B63H8491 ORD SHS 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -21.00p -3.08% 661.00p 660.50p 661.50p 676.00p 652.50p 675.50p 4,402,092.00 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 13,725.0 160.0 4.5 146.6 12,154.14

Rolls-Royce Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/12/2016
12:44
How low will it go?? 622?
phatprofit
01/12/2016
12:01
You spoke too soon :-)
simongn
01/12/2016
10:15
Sp gone vertical since the rns about marine operations. Vertically upwards that is.
wad collector
27/11/2016
14:24
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/11/26/fresh-woes-rolls-royce-mistakes-markets-forecast/ "The fact that Rolls took two days to correct the mistake and then sent it only to those who registered and so late on a Friday evening, instead of making a regulatory announcement, also raised eyebrows. However, the company played down the mistakes, saying that when finance chief David Smith presented the forecasts correctly. “The words were right but the slides were wrong,” a spokesman said. Rolls added that the mistakes were not deemed to be price sensitive information, and so the corrections did not require a regulatory announcement. " I would argue the fact that errors were made is price sensitive. Management need to have a handle on the business and at the moment it is becoming a bit silly.
minerve
24/11/2016
11:08
Airbus has commenced the flight-test campaign for the A350-1000 with the variant becoming airborne for the first time at Toulouse. The aircraft, powered by Rolls-Royce Trent XWB-97 engines, lifted off at 10:42 local time. It marks a crucial step in the airframer’s attempt to enter the ‘big twin’ sector, in the 350-400 seat category, following its previous development of the smaller A300 and A310, the A330 and the A350-900. Pilots sober.
standish11
23/11/2016
22:04
Fingers crossed? Why? So long as the pilot don't turn up drunk we should be fine shouldn't we?
joemillion
23/11/2016
16:46
If it comes down to fingers crossed you've got me worried !
g4ssg
23/11/2016
15:42
First flight of the A350-1000 scheduled for tomorrow:fingers crossed.
standish11
21/11/2016
08:35
Topped up at 651 , suspect there is more smoke than fire amongst the analysts views.
wad collector
20/11/2016
13:00
A very gloomy article in today's Sunday Telegraph highlighting analys' concerns regarding prospects for profits and cash flow . Rolls' response is more reassuring viz: Cashflow worries were dismissed as a “short-term blip”, with sales of new engines expected to improve the situation. A spokesman said: “The accounting change has no impact on our cash, nor on the overall returns we make; it just changes the timing of when we recognise revenue and profits. “We have been clear with investors that our core civil aerospace business is going through a period of significant growth, doubling the production of engines for large passenger jets, and that has short-term cash implications.”
standish11
20/11/2016
11:55
Joe, I thought that on Thursday at 700p , Oh well!!
boldtrader
20/11/2016
09:06
Looking at the chart rolls are now back where they were 5 years ago...
g4ssg
18/11/2016
20:50
Topped up today as surely these can't get any cheaper - can they?
joemillion
18/11/2016
20:13
Perhaps some of his wealthy Arab mates want to buy RR. shares on the cheap.
minerve
18/11/2016
20:11
"The annoying thing is that it is poor form to air such issues in public." I agree. Not very professional at all.
minerve
18/11/2016
18:45
The annoying thing is that it is poor form to air such issues in public.
rogerrail
18/11/2016
18:42
Seems that its a minor acceptance test compliance to specification issue. They are unlikely to refuse delivery but will no doubt want the issue corrected and retrofitted.
rogerrail
18/11/2016
17:27
All seems to be over the top. A bit of extra sulphidation corrosion on short haul engines in a hostile environment is routine. (that was the Trent 1000 problem.) These problems are routine development problems and will almost certainly be fixed.
careful
18/11/2016
17:18
Rolls needs to get a grip and quickly. It has recently come to light that they botched the assembly of A350xwb engines and now the Trent 900 problem.
standish11
18/11/2016
17:17
What are the problems with the T 1000 or is that below the Radar
finess
18/11/2016
16:42
how can the Trent 900 have significant problems? It is a proven engine.
careful
18/11/2016
16:30
Odd,no change in company outlook 2 days ago.Now significant problems on the RR engines powering the A380, non exec.stands down and 12% decline in share price?
bili1946
18/11/2016
16:15
Afternoon all. Just bought a few. Might regret it if they're looking to take out the June low, but you've got to get in somewhere.
penycae
18/11/2016
15:59
wad. That's a non-event as such so far as this company is concerned. Davies is the senior management member of Rio Tinto's Guinea project who was suspended last week and summarily dismissed yesterday in connection with potential bribery allegations. He could hardly retain a non executive position at Rolls while the issues are being investigated.
grahamburn
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