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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rolls-royce Holdings Plc 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
  -5.80 -5.07% 108.55 108.30 108.40 114.70 108.15 113.50 60,860,191 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 16,587.0 -891.0 -69.1 - 9,083

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08/3/2021
06:32
Rolls-Royce is expected to unveil the largest cash outflow in its history this week as bosses lay bare the catastrophic impact of the Covid crisis in annual results.The engineer is expected to reveal on Thursday that it burned through £4.2bn in 2020, as well as plunging to an underlying pre-tax loss of £3.1bn on revenues of £11bn – down £4.5bn on last year.Rolls has been hammered by a collapse in air travel caused by coronavirus, as aircraft powered by its jet engines were grounded because of a lack of demand.
losses
08/3/2021
05:57
i have not seen any reasoning as of yet, just very poor grammar. if i were to offer you a couple of points, concentrate on market mechanics - forward looking aspect of financial markets and then of course sentiment, which pivots today you are trying too hard stockready ...... and failing !!!
stoxx67
08/3/2021
00:02
Dear all Everything you mentioned above regarding the cash out going, travelling limits, covid , all of them already being priced in to the current share price, none of those are new or surprising to the market (not a single one that are mentioned here) and despite that because market also knows the huge potential behind this amazing company and the diversity of markets this company will be involved going forward with huge promising prospects so the reason the price will only push up medium and long terms You are so lucky if you would have the opportunity to add more at these current levels which IMHO will not last long (even if drops further) and this will soon push beyond 120 and will NEVER come back to these levels again (unless we have another global crisis, or new ones which in anyways will effect all other shares and not just RR.) I have put more reasonings behind this argument in the other thread under RR. so will not repeat them again here please have a read if interested IMHO GLA
stockready
07/3/2021
22:03
Whats new? We knew 2020 was a really bad year Thats why they had a fundraising.
1me me
07/3/2021
20:41
Rolls-Royce is expected to unveil the largest cash outflow in its history this week as bosses lay bare the catastrophic impact of the Covid crisis in annual results. The engineer is expected to reveal on Thursday that it burned through £4.2bn in 2020, as well as plunging to an underlying pre-tax loss of £3.1bn on revenues of £11bn - down £4.5bn on last year. Rolls has been hammered by a collapse in air travel caused by coronavirus, as aircraft powered by its jet engines were grounded because of a lack of demand. - Sunday Telegraph
zxie
07/3/2021
20:17
RR Final Results 11th mar
zxie
07/3/2021
19:10
It will crash on that news !!It leaked late Friday .... sorry to say
amaretto1
07/3/2021
18:53
The Results will be in line with Expectations no Honeymoon But the Future is COVID free with the vaccine winning the COVID War Rolls Royce Ready to go Nuclear 150pence by end of March and 200pence Soon after
vecturaking
07/3/2021
18:39
up to 130p this week on US news
inv
07/3/2021
18:33
Don't think the markets will like this...
ammu12
07/3/2021
18:32
Rolls-Royce to unveil largest cash outflow in annual resultsThe engineer is expected to reveal on Thursday that it burned through £4.2bn in 2020, plunging to a pre-tax loss of £3.1bn
ammu12
07/3/2021
18:11
Agree RR only One way up
zxie
07/3/2021
17:29
Thursday: At one point there was some concern as to whether Rolls-Royce would be able to survive in the wake of the collapse in air travel as a result of the pandemic. With the company reliant for 50% of its revenue on aviation air miles, the company was facing a cash crunch. In October, the Rolls-Royce share price fell to its lowest levels since 2004, after the company announced its plans to raise extra cash to bolster its finances. The launch of a £1bn bond issue as well as a £2bn 10-for-3 rights issue at a 41% discount to 130p was eventually taken up by shareholders, and along with the progress on the vaccine rollout we've seen a decent rebound in the share price.Rolls-Royce still isn't out of the woods yet, announcing that it is likely going to have shut its factories in the summer for two weeks to help stem the losses. At its last trading update the company estimated a free cashflow outflow of £2bn. This is based on 2021 wide body engine flying hours of 55% of the levels of 2019, with an expectation of turning cash flow positive at the end of the second half of the next fiscal year. This seems a touch optimistic, given that air travel is unlikely to be able to return to any semblance of normal this year. And that's even before allowing for the various cuts to headcount and any planned asset disposals. In 2019 annual revenues came in at £15.45bn, with half of that coming from maintenance and other after-market services. Rolls-Royce will do well to get anywhere near to half that number for 2020.
mj19
06/3/2021
22:06
Zxie 6 mar 21-21:21-8654of8654 wow that’s some news ,should catapult the American economy and with the American economy will be flying high using RR engines And with the last bit of bad news coming in for RR on wens 10th March 2021 (RR six month financial update )of which the share price I believe is already priced in mostly So we may see some more drop in price Monday,Tuesday and wens but after that we will see only good news after good news week in week out ,starting with COVID numbers dropping,then shops and pubs opening holidays the Uk getting on its feet again followed closely by American and a bit later by EUROPE SO MY THINKING IS RR FROM THE 10TH MARCH THE ONLY WAY IS UP AND UP AND MORE UP
tonyslyfox
06/3/2021
22:05
This is probably something really simple, but why does the ADVFN chart for RR. not match that of the chart on RR's own website? I've seen the chart here matches that on LSE, but the high and low prices listed (on LSE) in the last 12 months (written) don't match up to what the chart shows?
t350toad
06/3/2021
21:21
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-56307889
zxie
06/3/2021
14:05
Pauto Thanks for your comment... First of all .....You can't ramp/deramp FTSE100 stocks by posting anything in these forums, it makes zero difference to the share price... these stocks are bought/sold in millions by institutional inventors. As with facts if you read my post properly you will understand why i am basing this prediction Combination of effective downsizing, and some of the competition being out not surviving the pandemic made RR. a lot more competitive and give it a lot more edge going forward, combined with new innovative work they are doing on fuel and nuclear as well as future hydrogen play as that area is expanding making RR. truly a unique player. RR has some unique portfolio of experience with relevance to many areas of emerging markets makes RR a true player. I am not talking about 2021 or 2022 i am looking way beyond that and that is where the true values comes like no other companies currently in FTSE100 not a single company in FTSE100 currently can return the same values that RR. can give in 2 years time and beyond with solid fundamentals Travelling will be back to full swing by 2022 and i believe much sooner than currently predicted. (I know what Boeing boss said but that also is for other reasons) But i believe RR expertise will diversifying beyond relying only on engine maintenance and engine sale, there will enter NEW MARKETS where more values will be added... from sustainability, hydrogen, battery, nuclear, military, Truly unique expert engineering company with bright future, good liquidity, excellent value I truly don't care about the short term fluctuations only add more at any drops and hold for 3-5 years This is at least 8 baggers from current level (if not more) You will not recognise RR as how you know it today, they will diversify in many interesting and values markets DYOR GLA IMHO
stockready
06/3/2021
10:23
What’s truly remarkable is the amount of ramping you are posting here. Post some facts and figures to justify your 2026 predictions to make them worth reading.
paulo435
06/3/2021
00:51
Cka I tell you something mate... RR. at this level is truly opportunity that doesn't happen often Truly remarkable chance i say perhaps never will happen again.... I only add more (already loaded with average of 85p)if it goes below £1 but i truly doubt i get that lucky again. this is to hold for at least 3 years plus for me... This is not for light hearted or shorters or medium terms holders ( even though those will be rewarded also) but i think some people have no idea how far the potential behind this stock passing this hurdle... Future is truly so bright for RR. By summer this will be above £2 but i am after at least £8/£10 which i think will happen by 2026 I don't sell a single share till then.
stockready
06/3/2021
00:21
Agreed I’m not concerned with any daily drops. I was very lucky as bought in at £1.05 then just after I bought it tanked to 88p and I was fortunate to buy more at 89p as see a good future here. Fingers crossed all goes well.
ckafetz
05/3/2021
23:07
Cka If you are not doing cfd who really cares about 5 % drop here even more drop is better. .excellent opportunity to load up more of this beauty at such a low level. You will not find a single company in FTSE100 with the same potential as RR. Not even one Amazing stock I will add big chunk if drops further but i doubt it will GLA
stockready
05/3/2021
21:30
The question is will the market make a big deal of an awful 2020 year or focus on the potential revenue sources and the many positive strategy changes that will transform the fortune of this amazing firm.
dbensimon
05/3/2021
20:38
Why fall today?
mr woodland
05/3/2021
18:28
Lots of small weak holders sell up today ahead of the results next week. Picked up by the big boys probably.
robbo 44
05/3/2021
18:20
https://www.machinery-market.co.uk/news/29335/Rolls-Royce-and-HAL-expand-MRO-partnership
robbo 44
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