RR.L - Rolls-Royce Holdings plc

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
215.40
-16.20 (-6.99%)
As of 11:35AM BST. Market open.
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Previous Close231.60
Open231.70
Bid215.10 x 0
Ask215.30 x 0
Day's Range212.10 - 232.20
52 Week Range2.80 - 858.60
Volume4,738,959
Avg. Volume17,272,052
Market Cap4.159B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.94
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateApr. 23, 2020
1y Target EstN/A
  • Exclusive: Rolls-Royce plans £1.5 billion share issue to bolster finances, sources say
    Reuters

    Exclusive: Rolls-Royce plans £1.5 billion share issue to bolster finances, sources say

    Rolls-Royce <RR.L> is planning a share issue to raise up to 1.5 billion pounds to plug a capital shortfall as a slow recovery in demand for air travel threatens the aviation industry, four sources told Reuters. The British aerospace engineer is expected to pursue a rights issue with new shares offered to existing investors at a discount to the market price, they said. The Derby-based business, whose shares have tanked nearly 60% since early March, is in talks with BNP Paribas, Morgan Stanley and Jefferies about the share sale, which could take place in September, two of the sources said.

  • Amateur investors chase profits during the pandemic
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    Amateur investors chase profits during the pandemic

    The stock market crash earlier in the year has lured thousands of Brits into investing for the first time. Experts warn not all of them may be prepared.

  • Reuters

    Other nations interested in UK's Tempest fighter jet project - Leonardo CEO

    The chief executive of Italian defence firm Leonardo said that other nations are interested in joining Tempest, the British-led project to build a new fighter jet with Italy and Sweden. Britain launched the project in 2018 and has since been joined by Italy and Sweden in a pact to co-operate on fighter jets and get Tempest off the ground as it vies with a rival Franco-German project to win a share of future military budgets. BAE Systems, Britain’s biggest defence company, UK engine maker Rolls-Royce, European missile maker MBDA and Swedish defence company Saab are amongst the companies working to develop Tempest, meant eventually to replace the Eurofighter Typhoon from 2040.

  • Coronavirus: UK airports predict £4bn in lost revenue this year
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    Coronavirus: UK airports predict £4bn in lost revenue this year

    Airlines have announced thousands of job cuts in recent months, and airports are calling for more UK government support.

  • GATX Corp (GATX) Q2 2020 Earnings Call Transcript
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    GATX Corp (GATX) Q2 2020 Earnings Call Transcript

    Image source: The Motley Fool. GATX Corp (NYSE: GATX)Q2 2020 Earnings CallJul 21, 2020, 11:00 a.m. ETContents: Prepared Remarks Questions and Answers Call Participants Prepared Remarks: OperatorLadies and gentlemen, thank you for standing by.

  • Rolls Royce Share Price: Rolls Royce Expects Better H2 as it Bolsters Liquidity
    FX Empire

    Rolls Royce Share Price: Rolls Royce Expects Better H2 as it Bolsters Liquidity

    The last two years have not been good ones for the Rolls Royce share price, and CEO Warren East’s strategy plan to turn the business around.

  • Reuters

    UK's Sunak to map out next moves in COVID recovery plan

    British finance minister Rishi Sunak will announce on Wednesday his next moves to prevent a wave of job cuts from snowballing into a full-blown unemployment crisis in the world's sixth-biggest economy. Sunak is already on course to take Britain's borrowing to World War Two levels as he subsidises 9 million jobs - equivalent to more than a third of private-sector employees - alongside other emergency measures. The 40 year-old former Goldman Sachs analyst, who only became finance minister in February, has won plaudits for setting aside the pro-market instincts of his Conservative Party and putting the state at the heart of Britain's COVID-19 response.

  • Reuters

    Norwegian Air cancels 97 Boeing planes, files legal claim for compensation

    Norwegian Air has cancelled orders for 97 Boeing aircraft, including 92 of the 737 MAX and five 787 Dreamliners, the Oslo-based budget carrier said in a statement on Monday. "Norwegian has in addition filed a legal claim seeking the return of pre-delivery payments related to the aircraft and compensation for the company's losses related to the grounding of the 737-MAX and engine issues on the 787," it said.

  • RPT-FOCUS-Air maintenance firms, manufacturers plan for $60 billion in lost sales
    Reuters

    RPT-FOCUS-Air maintenance firms, manufacturers plan for $60 billion in lost sales

    Maintenance firms and spare parts producers who keep airplanes running are bracing for a decline of up to 75% in sales this year - and more pain to follow - as airlines park or retire thousands of aircraft due to the coronavirus pandemic. Numbers on the current age of fleets, together with indications given by some airlines, suggest between 1,500 and 2,600 aircraft could be retired over the next 12 months, more than three times as many as in a typical year.

  • Reuters

    FOCUS-Air maintenance firms, manufacturers plan for $60 billion in lost sales

    Maintenance firms and spare parts producers who keep airplanes running are bracing for a decline of up to 75% in sales this year - and more pain to follow - as airlines park or retire thousands of aircraft due to the coronavirus pandemic. Numbers on the current age of fleets, together with indications given by some airlines, suggest between 1,500 and 2,600 aircraft could be retired over the next 12 months, more than three times as many as in a typical year.

  • Investing.com

    COVID-19: Live Updates for Monday, May 25

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  • Rolls-Royce to cut 9,000 jobs amid air travel slump
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    Rolls-Royce to cut 9,000 jobs amid air travel slump

    Rolls-Royce will cut at least 9,000 jobs and could shut some of its factories. The jet-engine maker made the announcement Wednesday (May 20), and said the cuts were to cope with a severe decline in air travel. Aerospace engineering is the key part of Rolls-Royce business. It supplies engines to both Boeing and Airbus, and is paid by airlines based on how many hours they fly. Its earnings are thus certain to take a hit if air travel demand takes years to recover from the global health crisis. Rolls-Royce relies on aerospace for just over half its annual revenues. In 2019, that totalled around 15 billion pounds – or $18 billion. The company said the job cuts would mostly be in its civil aerospace unit, and could generate annual cost savings of around $1.6 billion. CEO Warren East indicated the majority of jobs cuts will be in the UK where most of its aerospace employees are based. In total, Rolls-Royce hires 52,000 people worldwide and stands to lose 17% of its workforce after Wednesday’s announcement.

  • Investing.com

    Morgan Stanley Sticks to Their Hold Rating for Rolls-Royce Holdings plc

    Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) analyst Andrew Humphrey maintained a Hold rating on Rolls-Royce (OTC:RYCEY) Holdings plc on Sunday, setting a price target of £4.6, which is approximately 24.32% above the present share price of $3.7.

  • Rolls-Royce considering cutting up to 15% of its workforce - source
    Reuters

    Rolls-Royce considering cutting up to 15% of its workforce - source

    The company's engines power Airbus SE <AIR.PA> and Boeing Co's <BA.N> widebody jets and Rolls-Royce is paid by airlines based on how many hours its engines fly. The Financial Times earlier reported Rolls-Royce was preparing to lay off up to 8,000 of its 52,000-strong workforce. Last month, Rolls-Royce scrapped its targets and final dividend to shore up its finances to cope with the virus outbreak.

  • Planemakers slow plans for new jets as they focus on survival
    Reuters

    Planemakers slow plans for new jets as they focus on survival

    Planemakers are drastically slowing work on new projects to save cash as they focus on surviving a downturn expected to last well into this decade, industry sources said. Plane giants Airbus and Boeing are expected to emphasise immediate priorities over long-term plans in financial results on Wednesday, as air travel remains severely disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. The fresh approach was trailed by Boeing's decision to scrap a $4.2 billion tie-up with Brazil's Embraer, whose engineers had been expected to play a key role in developing the next round of Boeing jets.

  • WRAPUP 10-Coronavirus causes historic market drop, global scramble to contain 'invisible enemy'
    Reuters

    WRAPUP 10-Coronavirus causes historic market drop, global scramble to contain 'invisible enemy'

    Coronavirus fears led to a historic drop in U.S. stocks, shut borders and disrupted daily life around the world, as governments took increasingly drastic measures to try to reduce the severity of the global outbreak. Financial markets had their worst day in 30 years despite emergency action by global central banks to try to prevent a recession, with U.S. stock markets falling 12% to 13%, wiping out trillions of dollars in market value. Just a month ago, financial markets were hitting record highs on the assumption the outbreak would largely be contained in China and not cause disruptions beyond what was seen with earlier viral outbreaks of Ebola, SARS and MERS.

  • Thomson Reuters StreetEvents

    Edited Transcript of RR.L earnings conference call or presentation 28-Feb-20 9:00am GMT

    Full Year 2019 Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC Earnings Presentation

  • British aviation industry outlines plans for net-zero emissions by 2050
    Reuters

    British aviation industry outlines plans for net-zero emissions by 2050

    Britain's aviation industry has set out plans to reach a target of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, even with the building of a third runway at Heathrow airport which is expected to drive up flight numbers. The plans were published on Tuesday by the Sustainable Aviation coalition of companies in the British sector, including engine-maker Rolls Royce, airline easyJet, BP's aviation fuel arm AirBP and planemaker Airbus. Meeting the emissions target is likely to require several major changes in the industry, such as more efficient aircraft and a significant increase in the use of sustainable aviation biofuels, which are currently not widespread.

  • Are Dividend Investors Making A Mistake With Rolls-Royce Holdings plc (LON:RR.)?
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    Are Dividend Investors Making A Mistake With Rolls-Royce Holdings plc (LON:RR.)?

    Could Rolls-Royce Holdings plc (LON:RR.) be an attractive dividend share to own for the long haul? Investors are often...

  • Investing.com

    Top 5 Things to Watch on Tuesday, Jan. 7

    Investing.com - Global stocks have steadied as concerns over the U.S.-Iran standoff eased, while oil and gold retreated from Monday’s highs as markets recalibrated risk premiums. Automakers are in focus after Rolls-Royce marked a 25% jump in 2019 sales and Tesla started work on its Model Y at its new Shanghai factory. U.S. trade balance data, factory orders and figures from the services sector are up ahead. Here's what you need to know in financial markets on Tuesday, Jan. 7.

  • Rolls-Royce gives first look at one-seater electric plane
    Reuters

    Rolls-Royce gives first look at one-seater electric plane

    British engineering company Rolls-Royce gave a first look at a one-seater electric aircraft on Thursday it hopes will fly in late Spring next year and become the world's fastest all-electric aircraft. Aviation accounts for over 2% of global greenhouse gas emissions and passenger numbers are growing but zero-carbon, long-distance planes carrying hundreds of people are still decades away, aviation experts say. Rolls-Royce unveiled the electric plane, which it is building with partners YASA and Electroflight and others and which will target a speed of over 300 miles per hour, at a hangar in Gloucestershire, western England.

  • Stock market news: December 17, 2019
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    Stock market news: December 17, 2019

    The S&P 500 hit a fresh record intraday and closing high Tuesday as a stock rally continued for a fifth straight session.

  • Rolls-Royce says ValueAct executive leaves board, shares fall
    Reuters

    Rolls-Royce says ValueAct executive leaves board, shares fall

    British engineering company Rolls-Royce <RR.L> said Bradley Singer, a representative of its largest shareholder the activist investor ValueAct Capital, has resigned from its board, weakening the stock. Rolls-Royce said on Tuesday that Singer, chief operating officer of ValueAct, left on December 9 after nearly four years as a non-executive director. ValueAct owns a 9.35% stake in Rolls-Royce according to Thomson Reuters data.