Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC (RR)

90.59
+0.34(+0.38%)
  • Volume:
    18,483,647
  • Bid/Ask:
    87.00/91.00
  • Day's Range:
    88.48 - 91.07

RR Overview

Prev. Close
90.25
Day's Range
88.48-91.07
Revenue
6.06B
Open
90.03
52 wk Range
64.44-133
EPS
-0.219
Volume
18,483,647
Market Cap
7.59B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Volume (3m)
30,679,565
P/E Ratio
-3.76
Beta
1.71
1-Year Change
-27.47%
Shares Outstanding
8,380,704,204
Next Earnings Date
23 Feb 2023
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Employees
44000

Rolls-Royce Holdings plc operates as an industrial technology company in the United Kingdom and internationally. The company operates in four segments: Civil Aerospace, Power Systems, Defence, and New Markets. The Civil Aerospace segment develops, manufactures, and sells aero engines for large commercial aircraft, regional jet, and business aviation markets, as well as provides aftermarket services. The Power Systems segment engages in the development, manufacture, marketing, and sale of integrated solutions for onsite power and propulsion for the marine, defense, power generation, and industrial markets. The Defence segment offers aero engines for military transport and patrol aircraft applications; and naval engines and submarine nuclear power plants, as well as aftermarket services. The New Markets segment develops, manufactures, and sells small modular reactor and new electrical power solutions. It also provides maintenance, repair, and overhaul services. Rolls-Royce Holdings plc was founded in 1884 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

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Analyst Price Target

Average94.47 (+4.28% Upside)
High147
Low60
Price90.59
No. of Analysts16
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  • What chance it will touch 100 by Xmas? Am I delusional? 😁
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    • unlikely, I think this will have a better 12months next year, all the signs are positive and there can be no denying RR is at the forefront of modern engineering. As long as they can keep a grip on costs and reducing debt I'd like to think this time next year we'll be discussing whether 250p is achievable by Christmas. Well, fingers crossed anyway!!
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    • £1 is ambitious but as above £2 upwards is likely this time next year. Just got to wait until the stuff they are currently doing comes into fruition
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  • Going up 🙂
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    • and down and up and down and up, ect 😖
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  • Start of Santa rally, and/or hints this week of government announcement about mini reactors?
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    • 94/95 tops before next bear cycle
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      • How high will the price climb ?
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        • Back to normal, it was good while it lasted.
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          • exactly...lol
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          • callum chickbut we know that 3% could easily turn to 40% down as quickly as it went up.
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          • ive got a stop loss set so if it does ill sell and buy back the lower end - its all a game.
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        • who bought the dip and is 40% up today?
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          • more gains incoming
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        • how high do we think its going to go now?
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          • i got some at 122 its all good haha
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          • 118/120 at least
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          • looking at the news they have applied to build nuclear power stations in the UK by 2030, if even half of them are built I reckon 5.00 plus easy
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        • still early to the results of the stimulus package 📦
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          • Ah well, market doesn’t like the results.
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            • callum chickIAG also.
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            • there will be a reason why BT and IAG are down after seemingly good results, it's just that we perhaps do not read the accounts the same way.
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            • rising interest rates and 18 billion in debt for bt
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