Price (GBX)
229.10 1.33% (3.00)
RR.ORD SHS 20P
Track 1 instrument
Open / Last close
226.30 / 226.10
High / Low
235.70 / 225.30
Bid / Offer
229.10 / 229.20
Turnover
£5,695,085.29
Special Condition: -
Trading Status: Regular Trading
As at 27.10.20 09:46:38 - All data delayed at least 15 minutes

Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc instruments

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Code Instrument name Price Change Type Documentation
RR.ORD SHS 20P229.10
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Price information

What's this?
Open price
226.30
Previous close price / date
226.10 / 26 October 2020
Volume
3,540,970
Turnover
£5,695,085.29
52 week range
113.60 / 779.60
YTD return
-66.81
1 year return
-68.66

Instrument information

What's this?
Market
Main Market
Instrument market cap (£m)
4,365.98
Earnings per share
-0.69
Issue date
23 May 2011
ISIN
GB00B63H8491
SEDOL
B63H849
Market identifier code (MIC)
XLON
Country of share register
GB
Market segment
SET1
Trading service
SETS
Date Time Price CurrencyVolume Trade ValueTrade type Trade flag MIC
27.10.20 09:45:36 229.20 GBX 1 2.29 AT ALGO XLON
27.10.20 09:45:36 229.10 GBX 792 1,814.47 AT ALGO XLON
27.10.20 09:45:36 229.10 GBX 1 2.29 AT ALGO XLON
27.10.20 09:45:33 229.00 GBX 791 1,811.39 AT ALGO XLON
27.10.20 09:45:33 229.00 GBX 603 1,380.87 AT ALGO XLON

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from Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc
FY19 figures above expectations, FY20 FCF target of £1bn confirmed

Rolls-Royce reported a better-than-expected set of FY19 results, beating expectations on the operating profit and FCF lines. The performance was largely driven by Aerospace. Management reaffirmed its £1bn FCF guidance for 2020. We were given litle detail about the 2019-nCoV outbreak, except ...

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US productivity declines in Q3; Rolls-Royce expects FY19 to be towards lower-end of guidance; Senior implements restructuring programme

Rolls-Royce Holdings (RR. LN, £15.0bn) | IMI (IMI LN, £2.9bn) | John Wood Group (WG. LN, £2.5bn) | Senior (SNR LN, £788m)

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Restructuring and T1000 issues remain a drag

RR’s H1 results were mixed. The charges related to both the ongoing restructuring and Trent 1000 issues remain a drag. Although management confirmed its full year guidance in terms of core operating profit and free cash flow, we stick to our negative view. The benefits are not yet visible a ...

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Good FY18 results, lackluster 2019 outlook

Rolls Royce reported better than expected FY18 results. Civil Aerospace and Power systems have experienced solid progress. The positive news also came from strong FCF at £641m, above consensus expectations. On the other hand, RR increased its T1000 charges by £236m due to customer dis ...

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Overtaking expectations but still in the heart of reorganisation

Rolls Royce reported solid FY results, coming in above expectations in terms of revenues, profit before tax and EPS. The bottom line has actually been supported by lower R&D costs while the gross margin deteriorated due to an unfavourable mix. The group has also seen its FCF strongly improvin ...

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