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
  +3.00p +0.35% 865.00p 865.80p 866.40p 870.20p 860.60p 862.60p 3,532,590 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 16,307.0 4,897.0 229.4 3.8 16,087.64

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/5/2018
14:38
Rolls Royce finally breaking the 850p barriers - The start of a bull run on RR. maybe?? Any well informed Rolls Royce shareholders here? Are we seeing just another (bullish) day at the office... ....or does the market anticipate good news from RR imminently?
nickg100
30/4/2018
14:44
......That was a bit of a rollercoaster ride thus far today! Good to see Rolls-Royce trying to push north! Support appears to be strong on or around 840p the last few trading days - AGM later this week (3rd May) - Hoping this will have a positive impact on the share price?
nickg100
19/4/2018
15:56
http://aviationweek.com/commercial-aviation/rolls-royce-powered-boeing-787-operators-brace-disruption
standish11
19/4/2018
14:33
787-9 are in various stages of having Etops ratings reduced due to engine concerns from 180mins to 140mins..Anyone else heard this??
bjlk
17/4/2018
21:10
Thanks wad.
minerve
17/4/2018
20:54
The only good news about today's South West Airlines 737 engine breakup is that it is a CFM56 , so not one of RRs. Mind you they have made 30,000 of them so not exactly a failed new design and not likely to affect the 737 NextGen engine choice, though I am not an aircraft designer...
wad collector
13/4/2018
07:54
Well Ayl30, the market is pretty much certain not to like it unfortunately.
cwa1
13/4/2018
07:33
Let's hope today's rns doesn't hit the share price too much
ayl30
09/4/2018
10:16
Good result on sale of L'Orange, about £100m more than was touted ( EUR700M v $700M) "Rolls-Royce announced today that it has signed an agreement to sell L'Orange, a wholly owned subsidiary of Rolls-Royce Power Systems, to Woodward Inc., for an enterprise value of EUR700 million (GBP610 million)".
rogerrail
23/3/2018
18:30
Boraki Give it time. Underlying business doing well. Let us wait and see whether this trade war has a real affect and if it's enough to make a difference.
minerve
23/3/2018
17:11
I see I have backed another winner, not
boraki
23/3/2018
08:52
hTTps://ukdefencejournal.org.uk/rolls-royce-breaks-ground-on-new-testbed-as-part-of-150m-investment-in-uk-aerospace-facilities/
dafrog
12/3/2018
15:25
HTTP://invezz.com/news/equities/29900-Rolls-Royce-share-price-Engine-maker-lands-order-from-Turkish-Airlines- Rolls-Royce announced in a statement late on Friday that it had won an order from Turkish Airlines for Trent XWB engines to power 25 Airbus A350-900 aircraft, including the FTSE 100 group’s TotalCare service support. The airline also has options for a further five aircraft. The companies have not disclosed the value of the deal. “Turkish Airlines has enjoyed impressive growth over recent years and we are really proud to be playing our part in the next chapter of their story,” Chris Cholerton, Rolls-Royce, President – Civil Aerospace, commented in the statement. The order marks a boost for the British engine maker which revealed in its full-year results last week that the cost for fixing the issues with its Trent 1000 and Trent 900 engines would broadly double from the total cash cost in 2017 of £170 million and reach a peak this year. It is then expected to fall by around £100 million in 2019.
boraki
09/3/2018
08:20
I took profits in these yesterday and will see if they cut back.Loving the volatility that has returned
ch1ck
07/3/2018
14:21
Hopefully the Americans will push this up more this pm, although the dow futures do not look good. Hopefully they will Good luck all holders
boraki
07/3/2018
09:36
Indeed , good to see something in my portfolio outperforming. Listened to Warren East on R4 news this am , sounded like he was being frank about the Trent 900 and 1000 issues. There is a lot of information in there ; too much for me to read or analyse. 11.4p per share is an unimpressive yield ; share price is about future earnings I guess.
wad collector
07/3/2018
08:22
Up 11% already, the markets love the news
ch1ck
06/3/2018
18:01
I forget about the tariff thing until it is reality but market sentiments don't sadly. You only have to say 'BOO' nowadays and the FTSE collapses.
minerve
05/3/2018
09:10
I think the import tariff issue is weighing on sentiment at the moment. Where will all this end? Rolls-Royce may eventually be affected to the benefit of General Electric and United Technologies.
minerve
05/3/2018
08:09
Market not impressed by looks.
1bonanza
04/3/2018
15:44
Warren East to take axe to management numbers again at Rolls-Royce Simon Duke March 4 2018 The Sunday Times About 600 executives and senior managers have left Rolls Royce since Warren East took charge in 2015 Rolls-Royce is preparing fresh cuts to its management ranks as boss Warren East accelerates his plan to revive the engineering giant. He has hired consultant Alvarez & Marsal to help streamline the Derby-based company, which has a reputation for stifling bureaucracy. It is thought the overhaul could see hundreds of long-serving staff eased out of the FTSE 100 stalwart. East, a former chief executive of chip designer ARM, is in the midst of an overhaul of Rolls-Royce, and has frequently expressed his frustration at the slow pace of change. Since 2015, when he took charge, about 600 executives and senior managers have left. The company is one of the jewels of Britain’s hi-tech manufacturing industry, employing almost 50,000 workers, roughly half in the UK. It makes engines for Boeing and Airbus aircraft as well as for the Eurofighter Typhoon. It also builds propulsion systems for Royal Navy nuclear submarines and train and tanker engines. Yet Rolls-Royce has been brought low by a bribery scandal that took place under East’s predecessors, which saw it pay £671m in fines worldwide. In 2016, it reported a pre-tax loss of more than £4bn. In January, in an attempt to simplify the company’s sprawling structure, East laid out plans to consolidate its five divisions into three, focusing on civil aerospace, defence and power systems. He also put the civil marine business up for sale. East, 56, will this week provide an update on his revival efforts alongside annual results. Rolls-Royce clocked up underlying pre-tax earnings of £878m last year, according to analysts. East is hoping to boost annual cash flows from an estimated £129m last year to £1bn by 2020. By that time, the company is expected to have claimed more than 50% of the market for engines for wide-body aircraft. As these planes take to the skies, Rolls-Royce should cash in from service contracts and spare parts, said analysts. Last week, East admitted he had underestimated the challenge he faced when he became chief executive. “I didn’t know quite how bad it was. I don’t think anybody did,” he told The Times. “There was an accounting fog. We were reporting profit that looked good but if you looked at the numbers, we hadn’t faced up to the reality of it: a big gap had developed between profit and cash.”
grahamburn
21/2/2018
19:16
Rolls-Royce 'confident' XWB will not suffer Trent 1000 issues Rolls-Royce is confident that its Trent XWB powerplant for the Airbus A350 will not be afflicted by similar technical problems which have emerged on the Trent 1000. The A350 family is exclusively powered by the Trent XWB – the -900 variant is fitted with the XWB-84 and the larger -1000 has the higher-thrust XWB-97. Speaking during the delivery of the first A350-1000 to Qatar Airways, newly-appointed Rolls-Royce civil aerospace chief Chris Cholerton said the XWB engine had "performed superbly" over the three years since service entry. Cholerton was the programme director for the XWB-84 and says the engine has completed 1.3 million flight hours, around 25% of which were with Qatar Airways. This shows the powerplant has "demonstrated that reliability in some pretty arduous environments", he says, putting dispatch reliability at 99.9%. While acknowledging the difficulties experienced by some operators of Trent 1000 engines on Boeing 787s, relating to compressor blade durability, Cholerton says he has "very high confidence" that the Trent XWB will not face similar or related issues. He says that the XWB has a different architecture, and adds: "[The] magnitude of testing, the magnitude of experience we have, and the experience to date in the fleet – of those 1.3 million flying hours – has been exceptional." For the -1000 the XWB-97 incorporates an improved, higher-speed fan, a larger core, and new materials and coatings for protection. The manufacturer ran 10 XWB-97 development engines over 3.5 years, exposing them to extreme conditions in five countries, and logging over 11,000 simulated flight cycles, as well as 1,600h of flight tests. Cholerton claims the XWB has "set a new record for reliability" for entry into service of a large commercial air transport engine. Rolls-Royce says the engine type accounts for about 40% of its order book.
standish11
09/2/2018
15:57
Another "nice" order for Trent powered A350-900's. hTTp://atwonline.com/aircraft-engines/sichuan-airlines-orders-10-airbus-a350-900s
rogerrail
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