Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC (RRl)

110.20
-3.67(-3.22%)
  • Volume:
    5,298,059
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    108.06 - 112.38

RRl Overview

Prev. Close
113.87
Day's Range
108.06-112.38
Revenue
6.06B
Open
112.24
52 wk Range
64.53-122.7
EPS
-0.219
Volume
5,298,059
Market Cap
9.2B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Volume (3m)
9,953,302
P/E Ratio
-4.04
Beta
1.68
1-Year Change
-5.96%
Shares Outstanding
8,380,704,204
Next Earnings Date
23 Feb 2023
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Employees
44000

Rolls-Royce Holdings plc is a United Kingdom-based engineering company. The Company is a broad-based power and propulsion provider. The Company's segments include Civil Aerospace, Defence, Power Systems, and New Markets. The Civil Aerospace segment is engaged in the development, manufacture, marketing and sales of commercial aero engines and aftermarket services. The Defence segment is engaged in the development, manufacture, marketing and sales of military aero engines, naval engines, submarine nuclear power plants and aftermarket services. The Power Systems segment is engaged in the development, manufacture, marketing, and sales of integrated solutions for onsite power and propulsion. The New Markets segment is engaged in the development, manufacture, and sales of small modular reactor (SMR) and new electrical power solutions. The Company has customers in over 150 countries and operates in more than 50 countries worldwide.

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Analyst Price Target

Average99.80 (-9.44% Downside)
High147.00
Low53.00
Price110.20
No. of Analysts15
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  • Noted. But I would put money on a rights issue at the annual results in Feb. RR has got to generate enough cash to maintain cutting edge R&D and without borrowing more (the days of free money are gone).
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    • I would not worry about a short term dip just because the new CEO has pointed out how crap upper management is, and is demanding changes. Its called having the balls to lead. And as they become more efficient, it leads to a more profitable company which benefits us shareholders. So quit the doom and gloom.
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      • I think the market calls it 'kitchen sinking'. A new CEO throws all the dirty stuff (the bad news) into the sink (the open), before he/she can be blamed. In theory then the only way is up.
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        • I hope you're right about the only way being up, but my heart sunk this morning reading the CEO comments .
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        • Ultimately the CEO is accountable for the corrective actions to their observations. He is not out of the woods yet.
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      • It was fun while it lasted I suppose.
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        • So do you wait until end of Feb for annual results, or buy in (or add) now and risk a rights issue or reiteration of how CEO sees things? I don't see much upside for now, so it could mean buying on share weakness (again!) ?
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      • Well, new CEO has made his mark! Allegedly told staff RR is 'in the last chance saloon '. I take that to be a kick in the backside for staff and a pushback against a lazy culture hiding behind R&D and the technicalities of the business. A bit hard nosed and unnecessary I think. But that approach could also mean he is not afraid of upsetting shareholders with a significant rights issue to get the finances for R&D right. So 'brave, brace, brace'!
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        • The thing is, as the new CEO what you really want to do is release a statement saying how much trouble the company is in, that'll do wonders for investors confidence!!
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        • Think he's doing the right thing, has the balls to call out the weaknesses and areas in need of improving. Ultimately leads to a more prosperous company.
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      • 1134 break = 120/123
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        • 120/123 next resistance. I think it breaks thru here as long as FTSE goes above 7900
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          • forecast is 136p let's see what happens
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        • Big sell-off soon back to .95-1.00
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          • cheers mate
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        • Keep holding on. This'll go mental when their new engines and nuclear power plants come to fruition.
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          • Nope, will happen sooner
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          • Elliot dd7 years isnt decades.
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          • gonna happen in cze
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        • Above 114 next resistance 120.
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          • Is that before or after 35p?
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          • Need a recession to reflect 50p (with 35p 2020 low)
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