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Currency GBP
Margin 5%
Stock exchange United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
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Key Stats
Prev. Close* 4.035
Open* 3.945
1-Year Change* 154.52%
Day's Range* 3.915 - 3.965
52 wk Range 1.03-3.13
Average Volume (10 days) 40.71M
Average Volume (3 months) 700.43M
Market Cap 25.80B
P/E Ratio 15.55
Shares Outstanding 8.42B
Revenue 15.44B
EPS 0.20
Dividend (Yield %) N/A
Beta 1.85
Next Earnings Date Feb 22, 2024

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Date Close Change Change (%) Open High Low
Apr 18, 2024 4.035 -0.005 -0.12% 4.040 4.055 3.935
Apr 17, 2024 4.015 0.080 2.03% 3.935 4.070 3.935
Apr 16, 2024 3.975 0.010 0.25% 3.965 4.015 3.920
Apr 15, 2024 4.055 0.030 0.75% 4.025 4.120 3.985
Apr 12, 2024 4.025 -0.070 -1.71% 4.095 4.135 4.015
Apr 11, 2024 4.020 -0.035 -0.86% 4.055 4.085 3.945
Apr 10, 2024 4.050 -0.035 -0.86% 4.085 4.145 3.995
Apr 9, 2024 4.125 -0.110 -2.60% 4.235 4.265 4.030
Apr 8, 2024 4.280 0.090 2.15% 4.190 4.305 4.165
Apr 5, 2024 4.195 0.130 3.20% 4.065 4.210 4.065
Apr 4, 2024 4.185 -0.025 -0.59% 4.210 4.235 4.150
Apr 3, 2024 4.240 0.045 1.07% 4.195 4.270 4.160
Apr 2, 2024 4.170 -0.095 -2.23% 4.265 4.340 4.115
Mar 28, 2024 4.265 0.065 1.55% 4.200 4.285 4.095
Mar 27, 2024 4.205 -0.060 -1.41% 4.265 4.270 4.205
Mar 26, 2024 4.265 0.055 1.31% 4.210 4.280 4.190
Mar 25, 2024 4.210 0.015 0.36% 4.195 4.230 4.170
Mar 22, 2024 4.175 -0.015 -0.36% 4.190 4.230 4.165
Mar 21, 2024 4.160 -0.035 -0.83% 4.195 4.225 4.125
Mar 20, 2024 4.015 0.055 1.39% 3.960 4.070 3.950

Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC Events

Time (UTC) Country Event
Friday, May 10, 2024

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Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC Annual Shareholders Meeting
Rolls-Royce Holdings PLC Annual Shareholders Meeting

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  • Annual
  • Quarterly
2022 2021 2020 2019 2018
Total revenue 13520 11218 11491 16587 15729
Revenue 13520 11218 11491 16587 15729
Cost of Revenue, Total 10763 9082 11678 15645 14531
Gross Profit 2757 2136 -187 942 1198
Total Operating Expense 12602 10649 13477 17300 16532
Selling/General/Admin. Expenses, Total 1077 890 771 1128 1595
Research & Development 797 708 644 637 647
Depreciation / Amortization 94 70 560 113 114
Interest Expense (Income) - Net Operating -48 -45 -190 -104 -4
Unusual Expense (Income) -81 -56 14 -119 -351
Other Operating Expenses, Total
Operating Income 918 569 -1986 -713 -803
Interest Income (Expense), Net Non-Operating -2252 -728 -652 -46 -2071
Other, Net -168 -135 -161 -132 -73
Net Income Before Taxes -1502 -294 -2799 -891 -2947
Net Income After Taxes -1194 124 -3101 -1311 -2436
Minority Interest 5 -1 -1 -4 -8
Net Income Before Extra. Items -1189 123 -3102 -1315 -2444
Net Income -1269 120 -3170 -1315 -2401
Income Available to Common Excl. Extra. Items -1189 123 -3102 -1315 -2444
Income Available to Common Incl. Extra. Items -1269 120 -3170 -1315 -2401
Diluted Net Income -1269 120 -3170 -1315 -2401
Diluted Weighted Average Shares 8349 8352 5987 5548.27 5417.14
Diluted EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items -0.14241 0.01473 -0.51812 -0.23701 -0.45116
Diluted Normalized EPS -0.14638 0.00204 -0.39207 -0.1051 -0.29337
Total Extraordinary Items -80 -3 -68 0 43
Dilution Adjustment 0 0 0 0
Dividends per Share - Common Stock Primary Issue 0
Jun 2023 Dec 2022 Jun 2022 Dec 2021 Jun 2021
Total revenue 7523 7920 5600 6059 5159
Revenue 7523 7920 5600 6059 5159
Cost of Revenue, Total 5866 6225 4538 4737 4345
Gross Profit 1657 1695 1062 1322 814
Total Operating Expense 6725 7302 5300 5521 5128
Selling/General/Admin. Expenses, Total 560 563 514 466 424
Research & Development 346 464 333 353 355
Depreciation / Amortization 43 54 40 35 35
Interest Expense (Income) - Net Operating -89 0 -48 -7 -38
Unusual Expense (Income) -1 -4 -77 -63 7
Operating Income 798 618 300 538 31
Interest Income (Expense), Net Non-Operating 694 -275 -1977 -895 167
Other, Net -73 -91 -77 -51 -84
Net Income Before Taxes 1419 252 -1754 -408 114
Net Income After Taxes 1223 417 -1611 -270 394
Minority Interest 6 4 1 -1 0
Net Income Before Extra. Items 1229 421 -1610 -271 394
Net Income 1229 285 -1554 -273 393
Income Available to Common Excl. Extra. Items 1229 421 -1610 -271 394
Income Available to Common Incl. Extra. Items 1229 285 -1554 -273 393
Diluted Net Income 1229 285 -1554 -273 393
Diluted Weighted Average Shares 8377 8353 8345 8333 8349
Diluted EPS Excluding Extraordinary Items 0.14671 0.0504 -0.19293 -0.03252 0.04719
Diluted Normalized EPS 0.14434 0.04978 -0.19628 -0.04765 0.0496
Total Extraordinary Items 0 -136 56 -2 -1
Dividends per Share - Common Stock Primary Issue 0 0 0
Dilution Adjustment 0
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2022 2021 2020 2019 2018
Total Current Assets 16011 13287 14331 16054 16820
Cash and Short Term Investments 2383 2540 3309 4427 4949
Cash & Equivalents 34 49 669 1095 1222
Short Term Investments 1737 1785 1843 2541 2735
Total Receivables, Net 6686 5942 6183 6595 6188
Accounts Receivable - Trade, Net 4548 4265 4491 4842 4966
Total Inventory 4708 3666 3690 4320 4287
Other Current Assets, Total 455 189 312 108 803
Total Assets 29450 28674 29517 32266 31857
Property/Plant/Equipment, Total - Net 4997 5120 5920 6812 4929
Intangibles, Net 2999 3015 4071 4448 4250
Long Term Investments 458 440 413 432 434
Other Long Term Assets, Total 3886 5786 3708 3526 4379
Total Current Liabilities 13918 11159 13700 14976 14851
Payable/Accrued
Notes Payable/Short Term Debt 2 7 307 8 22
Current Port. of LT Debt/Capital Leases 356 272 965 767 836
Other Current Liabilities, Total 9693 7721 8978 9224 9040
Total Liabilities 35500 33336 34414 35642 32931
Total Long Term Debt 5597 7497 6058 4910 3804
Long Term Debt 4105 6023 4274 2896 3609
Deferred Income Tax 286 451 494 618 962
Minority Interest 34 26 22 22 22
Other Liabilities, Total 15665 14203 14140 15116 13292
Total Equity -6050 -4662 -4897 -3376 -1074
Common Stock 1674 1674 1674 386 379
Additional Paid-In Capital 1012 1012 1012 319 268
Retained Earnings (Accumulated Deficit) -9623 -7645 -8013 -4382 -2424
Other Equity, Total 887 297 430 301 703
Total Liabilities & Shareholders’ Equity 29450 28674 29517 32266 31857
Total Common Shares Outstanding 8367.6 8367.6 8367.6 5626.94 5524.11
Cash 612 706 797 791 992
Prepaid Expenses 1779 950 837 604 593
Property/Plant/Equipment, Total - Gross 11055 10581 11342 11193 8901
Accumulated Depreciation, Total -6058 -5461 -5422 -4381 -3972
Goodwill, Net 1099 1026 1074 994 1045
Accounts Payable 2302 1758 2001 3098 3155
Accrued Expenses 1565 1401 1449 1879 1798
Capital Lease Obligations 1492 1474 1784 2014 195
Jun 2023 Dec 2022 Jun 2022 Dec 2021 Jun 2021
Total Current Assets 16807 16011 14918 13287 13178
Cash and Short Term Investments 2861 2618 2748 2629 2916
Cash & Equivalents 2861 2607 2747 2621 2915
Short Term Investments 0 11 1 8 1
Total Receivables, Net 6745 6686 6503 5942 5799
Accounts Receivable - Trade, Net 4801 4548 4531 4265 4218
Total Inventory 5129 4708 4446 3666 3673
Other Current Assets, Total 121 220 186 100 100
Total Assets 29742 29450 30613 28674 28755
Property/Plant/Equipment, Total - Net 4772 4997 5015 5120 5258
Property/Plant/Equipment, Total - Gross 11014 11055 10799 10581 10714
Accumulated Depreciation, Total -6242 -6058 -5784 -5461 -5456
Goodwill, Net 1059 1099 1071 1026 1033
Intangibles, Net 2960 2999 2983 3015 3030
Long Term Investments 521 458 502 440 437
Other Long Term Assets, Total 3623 3886 6124 5786 5819
Total Current Liabilities 14748 13918 12888 11159 11079
Payable/Accrued
Notes Payable/Short Term Debt 6 2 2 7 6
Current Port. of LT Debt/Capital Leases 750 356 319 272 215
Other Current Liabilities, Total 9997 9693 8833 7721 7768
Total Liabilities 34746 35500 36904 33336 33369
Total Long Term Debt 4901 5597 7655 7497 7693
Long Term Debt 3504 4105 6119 6023 6039
Deferred Income Tax 264 286 464 451 392
Minority Interest 38 34 30 26 24
Other Liabilities, Total 14795 15665 15867 14203 14181
Total Equity -5004 -6050 -6291 -4662 -4614
Common Stock 1684 1674 1674 1674 1674
Additional Paid-In Capital 1012 1012 1012 1012 1012
Retained Earnings (Accumulated Deficit) -8385 -9623 -9644 -7645 -7585
Other Equity, Total 685 887 667 297 285
Total Liabilities & Shareholders’ Equity 29742 29450 30613 28674 28755
Total Common Shares Outstanding 8416.7 8367.6 8367.6 8367.6 8367.6
Capital Lease Obligations 1397 1492 1536 1474 1654
Prepaid Expenses 1951 1779 1035 950 690
Accounts Payable 2589 2302 2281 1758 1904
Accrued Expenses 1406 1565 1453 1401 1186
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2022 2021 2020 2019 2018
Net income/Starting Line 837 513 -2081 -852 -1161
Cash From Operating Activities 1850 -259 -3009 2297 2226
Cash From Operating Activities 717 719 1553 943 521
Amortization 287 290 902 372 381
Non-Cash Items 248 -21 -147 6 337
Cash Taxes Paid 174 185 231 175 248
Cash Interest Paid 303 269 162 192 97
Changes in Working Capital -239 -1760 -3236 1828 2148
Cash From Investing Activities 826 -428 -1010 -918 -975
Capital Expenditures -596 -559 -950 -1387 -1585
Other Investing Cash Flow Items, Total 1422 131 -60 469 610
Cash From Financing Activities -2866 -88 3024 -1792 702
Financing Cash Flow Items -624 -751 -462 -196 -76
Issuance (Retirement) of Stock, Net -1 -3 1880 -211 -216
Issuance (Retirement) of Debt, Net -2241 666 1606 -1385 994
Foreign Exchange Effects 156 -82 56 -104 66
Net Change in Cash -34 -857 -939 -517 2019
Dec 2022 Jun 2022 Dec 2021 Jun 2021 Dec 2020
Net income/Starting Line 837 223 513 38 -2081
Cash From Operating Activities 1850 597 -259 -679 -3009
Cash From Operating Activities 717 330 719 371 1553
Amortization 287 138 290 159 902
Non-Cash Items 248 78 -21 -98 -147
Cash Taxes Paid 174 88 185 102 231
Cash Interest Paid 303 149 269 115 162
Changes in Working Capital -239 -172 -1760 -1149 -3236
Cash From Investing Activities 826 -22 -428 -225 -1010
Capital Expenditures -596 -219 -559 -215 -950
Other Investing Cash Flow Items, Total 1422 197 131 -10 -60
Cash From Financing Activities -2866 -530 -88 461 3024
Financing Cash Flow Items -624 -412 -751 -451 -462
Issuance (Retirement) of Stock, Net -1 -1 -3 -2 1880
Issuance (Retirement) of Debt, Net -2241 -117 666 914 1606
Foreign Exchange Effects 156 98 -82 -75 56
Net Change in Cash -34 143 -857 -518 -939

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Rolls-royce Company profile

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Rolls-Royce is a world-renowned brand commonly associated with luxury and high-quality engineering. Although the automobile brand and manufacturing was sold to BMW and Volkswagen respectively, Rolls-Royce Holdings plc continues to manufacture a large proportion of the world’s civic and military propulsion systems. It is a market leader in these industries, with its subsidiaries operating around the globe. 

The Rolls-Royce business is varied and far reaching:

  1. Civil Aerospace – Rolls-Royce makes the Trent 900 engine, of which four are used on the Airbus A380, the world’s largest passenger airliner. It also provides the Trent 100 for the Boeing 787, a popular-mid range aircraft.

  2. Defence Aerospace – It makes engines for the British Hercules C-130, a transport aircraft. It also powers the Tornado Typhoon and the Eurofighter Typhoon, both top-of-the-line multirole fighter jets.

  3. Power Systems – The main focus here is on small-scale energy generation, such as diesel gensets for emergency, or peak usage, applications. The Oil & Gas division was acquired by Siemens in 2014.

  4. Marine – The portfolio includes many engines for both civil and military purposes, such as for Turkish boat builder ARES, the Royal Navy’s new Type 26 Global Combat Ship and exploration of futuristic electric naval ships.

  5. Nuclear – One of the main products is the nuclear propulsion system for British Astute class submarines. However it also produces small modular reactors and a variety of services in maintaining active reactors.

  6. R2 Data Labs – The data division of Rolls-Royce. This acts as a development hub both internally and externally.

Rolls-Royce stock trading

Rolls-Royce stock trades under the symbol RR on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 index. The company has a current market capitalisation of £5.245bn. 

In 2020, the Rolls Royce share value has been shaken after Covid-19 wiped out over 90 per cent of the demand for air travel due to worldwide lockdown measures. 

As many aerospace companies and aircraft manufacturers use Rolls-Royce jet engines, the RR stock has been in distress lately, as demand has evaporated. 

RR shares nosedived on March 3, 2020, losing 56 per cent of its value by May 22 and trading at around £280 per share. The Rolls-Royce share price chart has not seen such a low price level since 2009 during the financial crisis.

In order to survive until the crisis is over, Rolls Royce has announced a far-reaching reorganisation plan aiming to “strengthen the financial resilience” of the company’s business. The effectiveness of this latest reorganisation remains to be seen.

Keep an eye on the latest Rolls-Royce share price with Capital.com. Check out our live chart and follow all the ups and downs of the Rolls-Royce shares today to spot the best points to enter or exit a trade on Rolls-Royce stock.

Rolls-Royce history

Rolls-Royce was started by Henry Royce in 1884 as an electrical and mechanical business. The first Rolls-Royce was built in 1904 after Royce met Charles Rolls, who sold luxury cars in a London showroom. 

The brand was catapulted onto centre stage with the launch of the six-cylinder Silver Ghost in 1906, which rapidly became known as one of the best cars in the world. In 1914 the company produced its first aero engine – the Eagle.

1931 saw the development of a new engine – the “R”, which powered the British entry in the International Schneider Trophy race. The plane established a new world air speed record of over 400 mph. The R was the technological base of the Merlin, the engine that powered the Hawker Hurricane, and Supermarine Spitfire, stalwarts of the RAF during the Second World War.

Rolls Royce entered the civil aviation market in 1953 with the Dart engine for the Vickers Viscount, one of the first gas turbines in the airline industry. 

In 1973 the automobile part of the business was floated as a separate entity after the company was taken into state ownership. Through several mergers and acquisitions the company expanded into providing engines for air, sea and land travel.

In 1990 a joint venture was made with BMW Germany to make aero engines; in 1995 the Allison Engine Company was acquired to produce a new engine for Embraer’s new regional jet. In 1998 Rolls-Royce Motor Cars was sold by Vickers to VW, although BMW holds the naming rights on Rolls-Royce cars.

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