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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -0.92% 108.08 26,303,610 16:35:23
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
107.56 107.60 108.56 106.30 108.44
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 11,218.00 -294.00 1.44 75.1 9,044
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:28:37 O 1,355 106.819 GBX

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Posted at 06/2/2023 08:20 by Rolls-royce Daily Update
Rolls-royce Holdings Plc is listed in the Aerospace & Defence sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RR.. The last closing price for Rolls-royce was 109.08p.
Rolls-royce Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 100.52p and a 12 week average price of 83.41p.
The 1 year high share price is 122.72p while the 1 year low share price is currently 64.48p.
There are currently 8,367,596,989 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 38,046,721 shares. The market capitalisation of Rolls-royce Holdings Plc is £9,043,698,825.71.
Posted at 04/2/2023 15:28 by cevodniya
Personally I think the share price has reacted to the new CEO's comments, falling back what 9% from where it was, pre comment to about 5%.
I see it as a steady upward trend, there will always be an element of buy on rumours, sell on facts as Feb 23rd results get closer, so I expect a retraction on the 23rd and then after true analysis and reflection, the price could move quickly.
Of course, if you are on other forums such as LSE, experts will refer to US job figures, unemployment, interest rates in the US, UK and EU, war in the Ukraine, Chinese influence re Taiwan, UK population recthe government and strikers and possibly Greggs lack of sausage roll sales.
Is the glass half empty or half full.
I'm exceptionally bullish on Rolls Royce when I look at each of their divisions.
Hiwever, expert analysts at JPMORGAN, Hargreaves Lansdown and financial journalists at the Daily Telegraph disagree with my analysis.
I know who I trust lol

Posted at 31/1/2023 19:05 by cevodniya
diku, on the 1st January 2023, would you have been happy at £1.05p?so, give a detailed share price prediction and reasons why, either a movement up or down and we can discuss.
Simply posting a bland 1 sentence of historical share price movement, that every single Rolls investor is aware of, is simply non informative.

Posted at 30/1/2023 13:17 by cevodniya
MJ19, despite so many investment experts on this forum, our individual viewpoint is utterly irrelevant in the great scheme of things.
Rolls shares are 82% owned ny institutions and therefore 18% by the little people, myself included, holding 383000 at an average of 82.77.
I'd be delighted if the share price price dropped to £1, I'd top up another 17,000, simply to make quick calculations easier by holding 400,000.
Ok, my views.
Look at rolls divisions.
Civil aviation will bounce back big style in 23, maybe not enough to affect results due out February 23, but certainly by November.
Power division is making considerable progress with contracts.
Defence, huge US military engine contracts and potentially more to come, as countries ratch up defence spending.
SMR's are potentially revenue generators.
Sustainable Aviation Fuel, huge prospects
Electric aircraft, huge potential.
I'm looking at a 3 to 5 yr investment period.
I'm not interested in short term movements, I don't use options and I don't daytrade.
From my average, I expect a 3x or 4x return by the time my investment period is up.
Whatever Motley Fool prints is basically utter garbage, they have to say something on a daily basis, it's just clickbait.
I don't neet an investment house like JP Morgan, or Morgan Stanley or Deutsche Bank to tell me the obvious.
The new CEO is vastly experienced.
You don't need a PhD in social psychology to grasp that his burning platform comment, is designed to show how incompetently ran was this business, before he guided it to profitability and vastly increased share price.
One question.
Is the company in a stronger financial position now, re orders and potential flying hours, defence, power, engine orders, servicing, SMR's, hydrogen, electric, than it was pre Covid-19?.
If yes, why is the share price down from £3 50 to £1.08.
Finally, ask yourself 1 question.
If these analysts at the aforementioned investment houses and those at Motley Fool are so incredibly gifted, why aren't they as successful as Warren Buffet and living bext door to Terry Smith in Mauritius?

Posted at 27/1/2023 06:23 by cityttrader
I totally expected the new CEO to present a worst case scenario. I expect him to throw as much write down into the next figures too. All because he can blame the last guy. And let's face it warren east was a disaster for RR. But I also expect him to write an improving story and the market is about the future and not the past. So I expect an uplift in the share price
Posted at 26/1/2023 22:55 by cevodniya
MCunliffe1, agree 100%, forget dyslexia, basic intelligence says he wants the credit for a upward trend to the previous high share price price, rights issue adjusted of £3.37.
Surely, share price is related to his remuneration!

Posted at 18/12/2022 15:53 by dipa11
As per Jp Morgan share price should be 70 pence & Black rock increase stakes to 5% plus on 16th November 22 when share price was 91 plus. They want increased stack unless they know exact value of their investment. I am going to follow them as CMP it is cheaper.Any views?Good luck
Posted at 07/12/2022 00:57 by livewireplus
And on a lighter note then at least the RR share price put in a better performance than the AFN share price on Tuesday. Not surprised AFN is down given the 'quality' of posts nowadays - several flew over the cuckoo's nest :-)
Posted at 03/12/2022 09:24 by freddie01
Rolls-Royce 'inflection point' is coming to ruin short-sellers' fun, says Barclays

Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC (LSE:RR.) shares are being heavily shorted but there is potential for a “value unlock” around the corner, reckons Barclays.

Analysts at the bank have initiated coverage of the engine maker with an ‘overweight’ rating and a 110p share price target that compares to the previous close at 89.12p.

“Despite wide-ranging market cynicism, we see an inflection point coming,” said Barclays analyst Charlotte Keyworth, noting that currently the shares are an "overcrowded" short with around 6% short-interest.

“In our view, the market is anticipating another ‘reset’ when incoming CEO Tufan Erginbilgic (with a strong operational turnaround track record at BP) joins the business on 1 January 23.

“Whilst this may create price volatility near-term, we believe RR offers exposure to underlying [widebody] recovery including China, and self-help upside from the new CEO.”

Market sentiment about the widebody aircraft market in which Rolls specialises “is troughing”, the analyst noted, given widebody’s slower pace of recovery relative to narrowbody planes and exacerbated further by extended and worsening China lockdowns.

But positive industry commentary on the outlook has recently emerged from Boeing and Airbus, while the president of Emirates Airlines cited pent-up demand in China when Covid restrictions are lifted, saying “China will unleash demand, the likes of which we will not have seen for a long, long time”.

Keyworth said she sees “positive catalysts ahead on the tailwind of engine flight hour recovery”.

Key events on the path to restoring confidence in Rolls will be balance sheet deleverage (forecast to reach a net cash position by 2025), restoration of the dividend and “improving quality” of free cashflow.

An upside target price of 148p was also mooted based on faster-than-expected recovery in engine flight hours, self-help benefits from the new CEO and no execution issues and lower serviceable costs per engine.

The downside scenario, with a share price of 66p, envisions the impact of recessionary backdrop dampening air traffic growth, along with further Covid-related travel restrictions, inflation further lifting wage costs and higher investment demands than expected in electrical.


Posted at 18/11/2022 17:41 by mcunliffe1
I see BAE Systems share price has done well this past week given the threatened defence budget increases around the world. It Appears that RR is not viewed as a defence supplier as I would have assumed their share price would also have risen.
Posted at 08/11/2022 18:14 by spacedust
The links headline is 'at 87p can rolls Royce share price go higher.

Well we have the answer today the share price is 88.5p and its inevitable it'll hit 90p this week. There are no other options or choices. 90p must be hit no matter what.

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