Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rolls-Royce Holdings LSE:RR. London Ordinary Share GB00B63H8491 ORD SHS 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -13.80p -1.53% 890.20p 2,316,063 13:37:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
890.00p 890.40p 903.60p 877.40p 901.60p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 15,729.00 -2,947.00 -129.15 16,953.8

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22/3/201914:24Rolls Royce: Winning big orders - Up Full Thrust?3,122
27/10/201820:19Rolls Royce - Time to SELL??25
02/12/201011:53*** Rolls Royce ***24
13/1/201016:22Rolls-Royce: About to fall out of the sky?2
11/8/200912:12RR. Warning to holders Ref C Share reinvest scheme2

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Rolls-Royce Daily Update: Rolls-Royce Holdings is listed in the Aerospace & Defence sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RR.. The last closing price for Rolls-Royce was 904p.
Rolls-Royce Holdings has a 4 week average price of 874.40p and a 12 week average price of 788.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,104.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 747p.
There are currently 1,904,497,346 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,672,989 shares. The market capitalisation of Rolls-Royce Holdings is £16,862,419,501.48.
standish11: Fake news from the FT. The Iberia A350 did not make an emergency landing. The share price reaction over the last couple of days suggests that the engine problem is unlikely to be similar to the Trent 1000 issues.
nickg100: ......That was a bit of a rollercoaster ride thus far today! Good to see Rolls-Royce trying to push north! Support appears to be strong on or around 840p the last few trading days - AGM later this week (3rd May) - Hoping this will have a positive impact on the share price?
ayl30: Let's hope today's rns doesn't hit the share price too much
boraki: HTTP:// Rolls-Royce announced in a statement late on Friday that it had won an order from Turkish Airlines for Trent XWB engines to power 25 Airbus A350-900 aircraft, including the FTSE 100 group’s TotalCare service support. The airline also has options for a further five aircraft. The companies have not disclosed the value of the deal. “Turkish Airlines has enjoyed impressive growth over recent years and we are really proud to be playing our part in the next chapter of their story,” Chris Cholerton, Rolls-Royce, President – Civil Aerospace, commented in the statement. The order marks a boost for the British engine maker which revealed in its full-year results last week that the cost for fixing the issues with its Trent 1000 and Trent 900 engines would broadly double from the total cash cost in 2017 of £170 million and reach a peak this year. It is then expected to fall by around £100 million in 2019.
arf dysg: I also note that the news about the fine came out on the 17th of January, four days after FRIDAY THE THIRTEENTH. That sent the share price up to a range where it stopped crossing 666. Coincidence? I think not.
arf dysg: Has anyone noticed that, ever since the middle of November, the share price has been bouncing around 666 and has repeatedly crossed 666? I bet that crossing 666 is a whole lot worse than having a black cat cross your path.
bili1946: Odd,no change in company outlook 2 days ago.Now significant problems on the RR engines powering the A380, non exec.stands down and 12% decline in share price?
careful: How depressing. This 'activist' investor clown joins the board of RR. and the share price rises. Reminds me of when Weinstock left GEC/Marconi and the dynamic Simpson and Mayo took over. the share price soared on their exciting plans, the city loved them. They were shown to idiots who destroyed a steady well run company. It is sad when it takes outsiders to make the RR. board do things they are too inept to do themselves. I hope this lot are not agents for someone like Pratt who would love to get their hands on RR. large engine portfolio. That would be the beginning of the end.
minerve: Interesting little snippet about the 'C' share option to be taken soon; I received the entitlements as I was holding and sold out just before the latest calamity - lucky me! Although this article is 2011 it is still useful to read to remind and may help new investors. I bought back in yesterday by being encouraged that Mr East looks like he may be getting his head around RR problems. For now he isn't giving in to Value Act and engine diversification is still the objective which encourages me greatly. Hope this little snippet helps and wait with bated breath to see what tricks Georgie is up to this afternoon. "Rolls-Royce: What to do with a problem like C shares? Just having some internal debate around what to do with my allocation of C shares in Rolls-Royce. For some time now the company has not delivered a traditional cash dividend due to the always complicated tax laws put in place by UK plc. Instead the company initially replaced them with B shares (June 2004) and then more recently these have been replaced by C shares (Jan 2009). Both of which are a means of ensuring more efficiency in the company's corporation tax dealings as cash dividends could generate something sinister called "shadow" Advanced Corporation Tax. Didn't have a problem with B shares which were quoted and as such came with 3 options: - retain B shares - convert to cash - convert to ordinary shares under a reinvestment option which had additional advantages of: - a rolled-over of any tax liability into the ordinary shares - no dealing or stamp duty charges - a calculated price for conversion being available prior to payment elections. However, since the introduction of C shares I have always taken them as cash as the re-investment option: - incurs a dealing (albeit low at 0.2%) and stamp duty charge (0.5%) - realises a potential capital gain as the C shares are converted to cash to create the funds to purchase shares (yes that is a potential capital gain and can't be avoided even when taking the cash option). - the shares are bought en masse on the open market after the election so no price is known and the very act of purchasing a large amount of shares could create an artificial market and drive up the purchase price (or at least that is my reading of the situation). The company markets this option as still being efficient for shareholders due to the reduced charges to purchase a small basket of shares. However, I can get this almost every week or month through alternate brokers such as Selftrade or Halifax Sharebuilder where the dealing charge is fixed at £1.50 per trade regardless of size as long as the dealer undertakes the trade on fixed days. This gives them an opportunity to aggregate purchases in the same company from similar minded investors, thereby creating some cost efficiency for them. So, B shares were more efficient for the company and its shareholders but C shares less so for the shareholders! Well, as a consequence of R-R not being able to hold onto any significant share price gains over the last 12 months, due to significant headwind from the US Senate/JSF issues and A380/Trent 900 problems, I had been asking myself whether or not to elect the re-investment option. But, I think I may have answered my own question by writing my thoughts down. The 3 available options are: 1:- retain the C shares as C shares. They are not quoted as B shares were but by retaining them you would postpone any potential Capital Gain. There would also be a small dividend due of 75% of the London Inter-Bank Offered Rate (LIBOR) 2:- convert to cash. A known quantity and a potential capital gain to be added to other capital gains when considering your 2011-12 CGT allowance of £10,600 (annual exempt amount). 3:- re-invest. Very little control or expectation of price/value once the election has been made. However, by utilising alternative means I could still re-invest the dividends in R-R shares at a time closer to my choosing (still restricted to certain dealing dates) and divorced from any artificial market that the C share re-investment plan might create. In addition, I can maintain my current strategy of taking the dividend and aggregating it with the cash and dividends already in my portfolio and either: re-invest a greater amount should the opportunity arise or, alternatively, I could re-invest in a different opportunity. So probably the cash option for me."
togglebrush: News: Thursday, 22 Oct 2015, 07:55 BST Rolls-Royce share price: Group lands $2.4bn deal with China’s HNA Company to provide engines and services for 44 aircraft Rolls-Royce Holdings (LON:RR) has inked a $2.4-billion (£1.5 billion) deal with China’s aviation conglomerate HNA Group, the British engine maker has said. The agreement was unveiled during the ongoing state visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping in the UK. Rolls-Royce’s share price rose 1.11 percent to close at 672.23p yesterday, outperforming the largely flat London market. The engine maker’s shares have shed some 14 percent over the past year. Rolls-Royce share price: Group lands $2.4bn deal with China’s HNA Rolls-Royce Holdings (LON:RR) has inked a $2.4-billion (£1.5 billion) deal with China’s aviation conglomerate HNA Group, the British engine maker has said. The agreement was unveiled during the ongoing state visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping in the UK. Rolls-Royce’s share price rose 1.11 percent to close at 672.23p yesterday, outperforming the largely flat London market. The engine maker’s shares have shed some 14 percent over the past year.
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