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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
  1.56 1.43% 110.82 110.80 110.84 112.46 109.02 109.80 15,688,298 11:43:40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 11,824.0 -2,910.0 -53.0 - 9,273

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/4/2021
09:49
you will regret it...... buyers remorse..
gripfit
21/4/2021
09:39
Are you sure that RR are cash flow neutral right now???? I would not think so!! Nowhere near.....
chrisdr2
21/4/2021
09:19
MARKET CORRECTION IMMINENT.
the_man_with_the_pink_gun
21/4/2021
08:44
Scooped a load up on that little shake. GLAH
1bonanza
21/4/2021
08:37
Bring on 60p...
diku
21/4/2021
08:28
I think 60 p is possible ...
gripfit
20/4/2021
21:04
Lower lower for a Brucie bonus...
diku
20/4/2021
20:06
50p coming imo
davethehorse
20/4/2021
16:48
Me too. As I said before any price below 100 is opportunity to buy.
dbensimon
20/4/2021
16:00
Picked up a few more
dope007
20/4/2021
15:59
added again
dope007
20/4/2021
15:55
Looks like my rebuy was a bit premature. Lot of that going around.
gearsofchange
20/4/2021
14:42
The market has turned into a giant casino over the years...
diku
20/4/2021
14:36
Happy holding from 89 and 106, sad to say forums and boards bare nearly a waste of time, both here and lse are slanging matches - I can only assume most have an investment horizon of a couple of months so as soon as a trade moves the wrong way They turn to slagging everything in site - he ho each to their own, good luck to all holders and see what a year does here
eringael
20/4/2021
14:34
They say investing for the long term...in FTSE terms it means minimum 80 years!... FTSE100 same as Dec 31 1999. Who would have guessed? Below 7000. The average punter would assume an index of over 20000 after 21 years.
diku
20/4/2021
14:09
Topped up.. LTH for me
dkit666
20/4/2021
13:52
Yawn, bore off woger wail.
geckotheglorious
20/4/2021
13:21
GDP / head? 25th.Last first circa 1932 for one year . Before 1873 for ages.
alchemy
20/4/2021
12:56
Loading time
zxie
20/4/2021
10:27
"As I understand it RR get paid for every hour their engines are running, they have gone that way rather than selling engines." No, they still sell engines believe it or not. However, the profits are made on the maintenance contracts. Sales of engines historically have been sold at a loss of £2M per engine. XWB and newer engines are being designed that - with economies of scale - will be sold at cost. It sounds wonderful that RR get paid for every hour they are running, but they also have to pay out for every hour they aren't when its RR's fault. This is a huge operational risk. If a crack in a blade is found in one engine then it could be very very costly as we have seen. You are therefore depending on the ability of designers and the advancements of computer performance to make sure simulations of engines properly model long term performance so these operational risks are mitigated. With competition, pressure from society to provide greener engines etc.. the ability to mitigate these risks probably decreases rather than increases IMO. Also, RR will have to continually invest large amounts into R&D which will not end-up in shareholders' pockets. Coupled with a pathetic dividend in good times of 1-2% delivered in a stupid format of C shares, low and inconsistent returns on equity, low and inconsistent returns on capital employed etc.. this share isn't particularly a good long term investment, in fact it is rather a bad investment and this is unlikely to change in the future. One could buy it for the COVID recovery and you'll get some recovery over time - but you can do that with other shares that have better long-term prospects. Additionally, the company carries more debt and has more shareholders so there is less to go around as it works its way out of COVID. IMO & DYOR
minerve 2
20/4/2021
10:25
Tory sleeze press keep on banging on about uk's success in COVID vaccinations meanwhile our key industries like aerospace and steel are going down the pan. Trillions being wasted on spurios government contracts and inefficient healthcare system but what support have they offered RR which is a national treasure that needs to be nurtured for the benefit of the long term future of the country? And if you want to know who calls the shots in any trading arrangement, the big dog always has the upper hand:hTtps://www.fwi.co.uk/business/markets-and-trends/meat-prices/excessive-vet-checks-and-paperwork-hit-meat-exports-to-euThere is currently no reciprocal arrangement for meat products going the other way.
rogerrail
20/4/2021
10:23
FTSE100 same as Dec 31 1999. Who would have guessed? Below 7000. The average punter would assume an index of over 20000 after 21 years.
careful
20/4/2021
10:15
Minerv is actually really Vermin figures really infests boards with disease
sentimental rules
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