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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
  -3.44 -3.07% 108.48 108.40 108.46 112.20 107.92 112.04 14,757,380 13:57:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 11,824.0 -2,910.0 -53.0 - 9,077

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08/5/2021
15:56
Good read. Confidence building https://www.ig.com/uk/news-and-trade-ideas/are-rolls-royce-shares-finding-momentum-following-innovative-dhl-210507
robbo 44
08/5/2021
15:52
https://news.sky.com/story/rolls-royce-restarts-bergen-sale-after-norwegian-state-veto-12299671
robbo 44
08/5/2021
15:45
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/green-list-countries-latest-covid-vaccine-b1844146.html
robbo 44
08/5/2021
12:00
Let's see what the Trading Update brings on Thursday
investtofly
08/5/2021
08:45
hxxps://news.sky.com/story/rolls-royce-restarts-bergen-sale-after-norwegian-state-veto-12299671
ckafetz
07/5/2021
15:42
1021 GMT - Rolls Royce was the dominant engine maker for large business jets until it lost out on both the Bombardier Global 7500/8000 and the Gulfstream G500/600, Citi says. However, being selected to power Dassault's new, top-end business jet, the Falcon 10X, means it now powers half the large business-jet models in production, and two out of the three flagship models, including Gulfstream's G7000, the U.S. bank says. "While not as critical to Rolls-Royce as the recovery of its Large Engine business, we estimate the business-jet engine business produced about GBP500 million to GBP600 million gross profit and GBP200 million to GBP300 million Ebita in 2019," the bank says. Citi has a buy rating on the stock with a GBP1.53 target price. (anthony.orunagoriainoff@dowjones.com)
time for common sense
07/5/2021
13:01
It is true to say that RR earnings depend on long-haul flights getting back to near pre-COVID levels, RR forecasts cash flow will be $750m when EFH are at 80% of 2019 levels which it expects in 2022, ie. 9p FCF per share in 2022, much higher once EFH recovers to 2019 level, this justifies a significantly higher share price Markets anticipate outcomes, the share price will move to reflect the expected outcome. So the question is when EFRs will ramp back up, is 80% of 2019 realistic for 2022? Vaccines are the main determinant, 1.2 Billion doses have been given, 19.4 million doses per day are being given worldwide and that rate is ramping up as production capacity is added. At current rates the world can reach 80% fully vaccinated (2 doses) within 17 months. If the rate will rise to 25m/day, 80% is reached in 12 months. Looking at rates/timing for Countries/regions, US/UK in ~4 months, EU~6 months, China 10 months. A significant proportion of long-haul flights are between these regions. Many countries are running at much lower rates but will be able to ramp up once US/EU near fully vaccinated. It is fair to point out that any variant for which current vaccines do not provide protection would delay return of EFH, Pfizer & Co are tracking this and preparing candidates to introduce quickly if required. The vaccine data aligns with RR assumptions on EFH, it could be a bit faster or a bit slower but RR has liquidity to carry through to positive FCF so this only affects timing, not outcome.
hydrogen economy
07/5/2021
10:13
Lol calm down its up 2%
dev80
07/5/2021
09:50
Full thrust ahead.
redoctober5
07/5/2021
09:36
Bring on 150p...
diku
07/5/2021
09:26
It all helps at the end of the day.I think it's only a matter of time before we start to move up.
robbo 44
07/5/2021
08:08
£1.50 within 3 weeks imo and £2 easily by end of year.
lostabillion
07/5/2021
07:14
Big day today !!IAG cargo planes very busy
amaretto1
06/5/2021
22:51
Well that's a big surprise. In 2013 Dassault dumped the designated Rolls Royce engine for the planned 5X and replaced it with the French Safran Silvercrest development. That was an abject failure and it was itself later replaced by a P&W engine. It is notable that business jet engines are manufactured by RR Deutschland (previoulsy a JV with BMW) and are the only part of the RR civil Aviation division doing well, as are RR MTU Power also based in Germany. Unfortunately business jet market is small compared to Commercial engines though not insignificant.
rogerrail
06/5/2021
22:41
lodgeview is definitely finished
richyggg
06/5/2021
21:31
Don't sound finished to me https://www.thenationalnews.com/business/aviation/france-s-dassault-launches-falcon-x-long-range-business-jet-1.1218117
robbo 44
06/5/2021
21:29
Don't sound finished to me. https://www.rolls-royce.com/media/press-releases/2021/06-05-2021-business-aviation-rr-pearl-family-continues-to-grow.aspx
robbo 44
06/5/2021
21:25
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-57008220
robbo 44
06/5/2021
18:10
Yes, definitely finished is RR.
lodgeview
06/5/2021
14:25
I want to like RR. Looked em up again after this mornings papers suggested Jersey might kick start a push for mini nuclear reactors. But looking at the financials on here, RR seems like a basket case with massive debt and more. What's the buy story?
hsfinch
06/5/2021
14:16
104 is a resistance for some reason. It will breach it, and possibly today
klotzak
06/5/2021
09:16
Time to go to Butlins this year in a Rolls Royce...
diku
06/5/2021
09:15
The saying goes easy to press the buy button but a difficult decision when to press the sell button...you keep holding onto it your profits start to evaporate...and you sell and the price keeps going up...
diku
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