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RR. Rolls-royce Holdings Plc

444.80
4.40 (1.00%)
24 May 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
  4.40 1.00% 444.80 442.40 442.50 443.70 435.90 437.00 25,761,373 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Aircraft Engine,engine Parts 16.49B 2.41B 0.2884 15.34 37.01B
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 440.40p. Over the last year, Rolls-royce shares have traded in a share price range of 142.70p to 446.70p.

Rolls-royce currently has 8,363,784,583 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Rolls-royce is £37.01 billion. Rolls-royce has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 15.34.

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16/6/2023
12:03
Cevo, am surprised - you must be the only poster who does not have that wibble merchant on filter,
I don't know why he continues to post as no one, except possibly yourself has it on unfiltered.

Sad person is Mr Vlad

swiss paul
16/6/2023
12:01
I’m just wondering how both history and current facts are 300p looking forward a year, or 10

Seems to be a computer error there somewhere

vlad the impaler
16/6/2023
12:00
Certainly will be by then
vlad the impaler
16/6/2023
11:59
Interesting Vlad, but I'm more interested in the Ashes for the next 5 days.
cevodniya
16/6/2023
11:57
Big big issues for RR being run legally lol
vlad the impaler
16/6/2023
11:57
How will terms of service be shaped with no happy receivers?
vlad the impaler
16/6/2023
11:57
Will each engine per unit sale now be a bigger loss than an average 1 million?
vlad the impaler
16/6/2023
11:56
😂

Look the point is, they have been a criminal organisation for decades

The results of said is a shocking financials history of debt, periodic losses, dilutions etc

If they couldn’t do much breaking the law, how are they going to compete within it?

vlad the impaler
16/6/2023
11:51
DPA was initially designed for an upcoming bank issue imo

But it’s simply a law to forgive crime on an individual level, within organisations

“They might say too much if charged “

leopold ii
16/6/2023
11:47
Depends on context. Indeed one can’t argue with your ‘definition217;

However (hence the DPA), those found guilty of bribery are then often sued by competitors for creating unfair competition under the fraud act

Every road has many roads off it


But in practical, everyday terms, it’s simply fraud

Has bribery not defrauded shareholders of potential return in another company?

Many parties financially lose quote “ Fraud is an act of deception that it intended to make a financial gain or to cause loss to another party”

Sales managers lost bonuses elsewhere?

And so on….

Let’s put it this way. If it was you or me, be a fraud case

leopold ii
16/6/2023
11:41
Vlad, unlike you to engage in adult discussion, normally you simply rant about slaying gerbils.
Here's my pennyworth
Fraud is an act of deception that it intended to make a financial gain or to cause loss to another party. Bribery is generally defined as the giving or receiving of a financial or other advantage in exchange for improperly performing a relevant function or activity.

cevodniya
16/6/2023
11:37
It’s true. If decades of crime cold only lead to massive debt and dilutions, how can they compete going forward?

They may get business but the terms far different if they can’t bribe/act fraudulently

leopold ii
16/6/2023
11:21
And that’s just the tick chart. Don’t get us started on the minute one
thanatos abyss
16/6/2023
11:20
RR makes Syme look like APPL
institutional investments
16/6/2023
11:17
DPAs are:

They enable a corporate body to make full reparation for criminal behaviour without the collateral damage of a conviction (for example sanctions or reputational damage that could put the company out of business and destroy the jobs and investments of innocent people).

institutional investments
16/6/2023
11:17
Yep. A DPA and the term bribery is simply a way to avoid buddies getting arrested at organisations 😂
institutional investments
16/6/2023
11:10
And I’m pretty sure SFO means Serious Fraud Office - not Serious Bribe office 😂
vlad the impaler
16/6/2023
11:07
Would you like some legal case studies about the relationship ?
vlad the impaler
16/6/2023
11:06
It also throws up flags for both quality and pricing

Quality has become an issue for RR. A well documented point out there.

vlad the impaler
16/6/2023
11:04
You can split hairs about the differences if you wish

Both are methods to commit fraud

A bribe is committing fraud against legally acting agents/competitors. Your intention is to remove competition in a fraudulent manner, via bribery re fraud.

vlad the impaler
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