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RR. Rolls-royce Holdings Plc

-1.30 (-0.61%)
04 Oct 2023 - Closed
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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
  -1.30 -0.61% 210.80 210.80 210.90 213.90 208.30 210.00 17,125,014 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aircraft Engine,engine Parts - - -15.2 - 27,338.04

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Three months above 140p, I think we can safely say the base is in now!
dancing piranha
The fact that the share price has been holding strong despite the shadow of a long past scandal resurfacing looks very bullish to me.

It tells you that there has been a big shift in sentiment here.

Well that wasn’t the most convincing ftse retrace in the world, given post 3pm
I reckon they would love to address you by name but you seem too ashamed to tell anyone
freddie krugger
Sheedy and all his pikey losernames being crucified on syme
drew lonmenob
Come on crude. Smash that barrier …..

We all drive around for free

It will help bring down some inflation models too, not that it will be much good with jobs going down the tube

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It’s all coming to fruition across the board I’m afraid. Sad yet, was there for all to see

No surprise

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Big spike up at 12.30 - must have been school lunch time and Inst. In can use his mobile to close his massive short - lol.
wish i wasnt in rbs
AMAC Aerospace join Rolls-Royce European Service Network

AMAC Aerospace are joining the global support network of engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce as a European Authorized Service Centre (ASC).

The Swiss experts in aviation will support the BR710A2-20 engines that power various models of the Bombardier Global business jet family.

“We are proud to become a member of Rolls-Royce’s global support network. It is another milestone in a strong relationship that has grown continuously in the past years,” said Bernd Schramm, Group Chief Operating Officer of AMAC Aerospace. “At AMAC, we ensure that our customers get excellent technical services. This fruitful cooperation with Rolls-Royce will streamline the administrative processes and contribute to the satisfaction of our mutual clients. Reducing ground times increases flight times!”

CorporateCare is Rolls-Royce’s engine maintenance management offer, providing customers with faster response times and streamlined administration around the world. The company has more than 75 ASCs, representing what it claims is the largest global service network in the industry. The ASC network is augmented by on-wing service specialists located at strategic hubs around the world, as well as spare engine lease and parts storage facilities.

Rolls-Royce Pearl 10X engine development advances at pace

Rolls-Royce announced the significant progress it has made in the development of its Pearl 10X engine at the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva last week. The programme is advancing at pace and has successfully accumulated more than 1,500 testing hours, both on the Advance 2 demonstrator and the Pearl 10X engine configuration. The team is now preparing for the start of the flight test campaign in teh USA on Rolls-Royce’s dedicated Boeing 747 flying testbed in Tucson, Arizona which will start later this year.

The Pearl 10X is the latest member of the ‘state of the art’ Pearl engine family and the first Rolls‑Royce engine ever to power a Dassault business jet. The French aircraft manufacturer’s selection of the Pearl 10X is a testament to Rolls-Royce’s position as the engine manufacturer of choice in business aviation.

All the tests completed to date confirm the reliability of the engine and show it will meet the performance requirements to power Dassault’s Falcon 10X. So far, the development programme has included the rigorous testing of the new ultra-low emissions ALM combustor, which is compatible with 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) and the new accessory gearbox, which allows for higher additional power extraction.

The engine, which surpassed its target thrust levels on the very first test run, will be the most powerful business aviation engine in the whole Rolls-Royce portfolio. The first run of the full powerplant, including its bespoke Spirit nacelle, engine build up (EBU) and mount system, was conducted earlier this year. The Pearl 10X features the Advance2 engine core, the most efficient core available across the business aviation sector, and combines it with a high-performance low-pressure system, resulting in a superior thrust of more than 18,000lbf (pound-force).

Power and efficiency

Compared to the last generation of Rolls-Royce business aviation engines, the Pearl 10X offers a 5% higher efficiency, while delivering outstanding low-noise and emissions performance. The result is an engine that offers a market-leading combination of power and efficiency. This combination will enable customers and operators to have premium airport accessibility and fly ultra-long-range connections while also being able to travel nearly as fast as the speed of sound.

The engine brings together innovative technologies derived from the Rolls‑Royce Advance2 demonstrator programme and proven Pearl family features to deliver world-class environmental performance. This includes a highly efficient blisked fan; a high pressure compressor with a market-leading pressure ratio and six blisked stages; an ultra-low emissions combustor; a two-stage shroudless high pressure turbine as well as an enhanced four-stage low pressure turbine that is one of the most efficient and compact in the industry. This suite of technologies is housed within a brand new, ultra-slimline nacelle from Spirit AeroSystems.

Dr Phillip Zeller, Rolls-Royce SVP Dassault, said: “As a team we are extremely focused on the development of this engine and it makes me proud to see the continuous progress of the programme, achieving milestone after milestone. The combination of highly-efficient power and outstanding environmental performance of the Pearl 10X is in a class of its own and will support Dassault’s Falcon 10X in setting new standards in the ultra-long-range corporate jet market. We are now looking forward to delivering the first engines for the flight test campaign and I can’t wait to see it taking to the skies for the first time.”

Meanwhile, the construction of Rolls-Royce’s new 2,000m2 production support facility in Le Haillan near Bordeaux, France, is progressing according to plan. The site, which is in close proximity to Dassault’s final assembly line in Merignac, will play an important role in supporting the flight test and production activities for Dassault’s Falcon 10X. The facility will house offices, a workshop and a warehouse, and will be home to around 30 people.


Tufan has been talking in Bristol. Looks like it was good news
Is that Drew? Pray tell, what share you get splattered in today? 😂
gerbil control
All we need now is China to do a bit of play around Taiwan just to redirect more arms or at least cause reserve build ups of same

Long year ahead

b2 unabomber
We now have to arm Ukraine and soldiers for Kosovo

The world is in bits

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Well got to have some humour about it all Vlad.

No point crying in the mincer. Might as well laugh on the way out

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BP would smack out support around same time and be 5p later
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If Wti takes out 66 bucks per barrel, I am truly hoping it’s on way in current macro back to the 30s in the summer, and we can all drive around nearly for free
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What we thinking today bulls?
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