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RR. Rolls-royce Holdings Plc

395.50
-7.00 (-1.74%)
19 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  -7.00 -1.74% 395.50 395.40 395.50 398.90 392.00 398.40 43,830,349 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Aircraft Engine,engine Parts 16.49B 2.41B 0.2884 13.71 33.07B
Rolls-royce Holdings Plc is listed in the Aircraft Engine,engine Parts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RR.. The last closing price for Rolls-royce was 402.50p. Over the last year, Rolls-royce shares have traded in a share price range of 142.70p to 435.00p.

Rolls-royce currently has 8,363,784,583 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Rolls-royce is £33.07 billion. Rolls-royce has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 13.71.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/5/2023
17:34
If this sells off tomorrow, screwed

Be triple top of the money (forget actual triple top - different)

Big day tomorrow bulls

Calls the year

institutional investments
18/5/2023
12:49
Remembering past posts on this thread Easyjet's involvement with RR is via the Hydrogen engine tests. I could be mistaken, but few if any Easyjet aircraft use RR engines at the moment as most EJ aircraft are single aisle, short-haul types.

On a similar theme, JET2 are commencing operations from John Lennon Airport in Speke, Liverpool. 20 destinations are planned.

The wife and I generally fly to Nice out of Liverpool each year and now, hopefully, we will have a choice from that airport. Last Sept. Easyjet cancelled our return flight with 48 hours notice and whilst I appreciate French air traffic control strikes were to blame Easyjet did NOT honour it's requirements under EC261/2004 and find us an alternate flight. I digress from RR - apologies.

JET2's 757-200's use two RR engines.

However, Jet2's new plane orders are likely to use the CFM Leap engine. These carry a stylised Pegasus horse image on the cowling and I saw loads of these recently when returning from Honolulu via LAX, CDG and MAN. Delta and Air France seem to favour this brand. CFM is a joint GE and Safran (of France) venture.

mcunliffe1
18/5/2023
12:46
This is going to melt up through short-term resistance soon.

News flow is strong and set to continue to be so.

undervaluedassets
18/5/2023
12:27
EasyJet's revenue surges by 80%
smurfy2001
18/5/2023
11:08
😂

“Never speak in open play, when you cannot see end of day”

institutional investments
18/5/2023
11:06
It’s good news, should be reflected on the balance sheet going forward

We broke the 150p level a couple of weeks ago, that’s no longer a resistance point

noramping
18/5/2023
09:55
This should drive te share price to 175-180p
vikingwarrier
18/5/2023
09:53
Nice on Tufan. Arrive, diss the company and its employees, wait less than a year and then claim the benefit for "many years work".

One could argue his burning platform speech provided a buying opportunity.

mcunliffe1
18/5/2023
09:22
"In the nearer term, there are options to transfer technologies from the UltraFan development programme to current Trent engines, providing our customers with even greater availability, reliability and efficiency," Rolls-Royce added.
bartyb
18/5/2023
09:17
Just imagine the market if they can retrofit it?
wish i wasnt in rbs
18/5/2023
09:13
The whole world will want this technology
pyglet
18/5/2023
09:06
(Alliance News) - Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC on Thursday reported "successful" testing of a new fuel efficient aerospace engine, culminating "many years work" alongside the UK and European Union.

The jet engine maker said promising testing of its UltraFan technology is a "game changer".

"This is a historic moment for Rolls-Royce – it's the first time in 54 years the aero-engine manufacturer has tested a brand-new engine architecture and is proof of what can be achieved when industry and governments work together," Rolls-Royce said.

"Testing the demonstrator is the culmination of many years work, which has been supported by the UK government through the Aerospace Technology Institute, Innovate UK; the EU's Clean Sky programmes plus LuFo and the state of Brandenburg in Germany."

Rolls-Royce said UltraFan delivers a 10% efficiency improvement compared to its current Trent XWB, which is already the "most efficient large aero engine in service".

"In the nearer term, there are options to transfer technologies from the UltraFan development programme to current Trent engines, providing our customers with even greater availability, reliability and efficiency," Rolls-Royce added.

Chief Executive Tufan Erginbilgic said the technology will also be key in the journey to net-zero.

"The UltraFan demonstrator is a game changer – the technologies we are testing as part of this programme have the capability to improve the engines of today as well as the engines of tomorrow. That is why this announcement is so important – we are witnessing history in the making; a step-change in engine efficiency improvement. When combined with sustainable aviation fuels, more efficient gas turbine engines will be key to hitting the industry's target of net-zero flight by 2050. Today we are closer to achieving this ambition," Erginbilgic said.

Rolls-Royce shares were up 1.7% at 155.45 pence early Thursday in London.

bartyb
18/5/2023
09:03
Seems like this is going up today - again.
wish i wasnt in rbs
17/5/2023
15:46
Noramping

Vlad The Impaler - 12 May 2023 - 07:54:27 - 11502 of 11618
You don’t understand the thought processes of the dark side

We are like markets

Market can make you celebrate lower prices regularly. Master of it

The dark side can make you laugh at your own impaling

……

As Impaler pointed out, markets are masters at getting gerbils to celebrate lower prices (than day before result)

It’s wonderful watching the psychology play out haha

institutional investments
17/5/2023
10:26
I did it ages ago
pinemartin9
17/5/2023
09:56
Drew, I’m filtering you mate, you don’t add anything.
noramping
17/5/2023
09:49
hey insane institution


you been owned this week


embarrasing to watch


ripped a new one daily on SYME

drew lonmenob
17/5/2023
09:13
And in your case, it would appear not enough aggregated brain cells to be able to spell the word 'maybe'.
weemonkey
16/5/2023
16:58
It is actually cringeworthy watching what happens when a share rises

Sometimes I think I accidentally landed on planet of the chimps when there

I dread watching the brain cells aggregate there as the share price rises and rises

May be enough particles to form an amoeba

institutional investments
16/5/2023
16:30
hey insane institution



you been owned this week


embarrasing to watch


ripped a new one daily on SYME

drew lonmenob
16/5/2023
15:38
Reckon 142s this week at some stage

Then the fun begins

institutional investments
16/5/2023
15:35
I think jts fair to say the mentioned circa -1%nearly there on ftse

What next?

institutional investments
16/5/2023
15:34
All very excited

Tapped the money again I see 😂

Index will be doing no favours

institutional investments
16/5/2023
15:23
From today: In the City there was talk of a mega-order of dozens of long-haul Airbus aircraft from Delta Air Lines, the US carrier. At list prices it would be worth tens of billions of dollars. This was good news for Rolls-Royce, which makes the engines for both the Airbus A350 and the A330neo, up 5¾p, or 3.8 per cent, to 150¾p.
pyglet
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