|Last Trade:||Sell 128,782 at 885.221p|
|Day's Range||881.00p - 899.00p|
|52wk Range:||747.00p - 1,104.50p|
|Shares in Issue:||1,896m|
Recent Trades History Rolls-Royce (RR.)
|Buy/Sell||Volume||Trade Prc||Trade Type||Trade Time|
|Sell*||128,782||885.221||17:44:29 - 24-May-19|
|Buy*||110,820||886.056||17:39:54 - 24-May-19|
|Sell*||20,209||885.393||17:24:51 - 24-May-19|
|Buy*||3,373||886.754||17:13:40 - 24-May-19|
|Buy*||151||894.707||17:13:40 - 24-May-19|
|Buy*||448||885.759||17:10:14 - 24-May-19|
|Buy*||486||894.712||17:10:14 - 24-May-19|
|Buy*||24,064||888.102||17:05:46 - 24-May-19|
|Buy*||571||888.273||17:05:47 - 24-May-19|
|Buy*||40,000||885.585||Uncrossing Trade||16:51:22 - 24-May-19|
Share Price History for Rolls-Royce
|23rd May 2019 (Thu)||917.80||917.80||886.20||919.40||4,072,554|
|22nd May 2019 (Wed)||923.20||926.00||909.00||918.00||4,583,312|
|21st May 2019 (Tue)||943.40||945.60||913.60||0.00||4,154,174|
|20th May 2019 (Mon)||935.80||944.00||925.80||937.00||4,066,183|
|17th May 2019 (Fri)||934.60||940.60||930.00||934.60||5,364,427|
|16th May 2019 (Thu)||915.80||934.60||913.00||916.00||4,061,036|
|15th May 2019 (Wed)||910.00||917.60||909.00||907.60||3,434,264|
|14th May 2019 (Tue)||901.20||908.80||900.40||897.80||3,566,264|
|13th May 2019 (Mon)||917.20||920.40||896.40||918.60||5,237,284|
|10th May 2019 (Fri)||920.00||928.60||914.40||913.80||3,338,159|
|9th May 2019 (Thu)||907.20||920.00||901.60||914.40||3,563,677|
|8th May 2019 (Wed)||911.80||919.80||901.20||912.60||4,675,663|
|7th May 2019 (Tue)||931.20||931.20||910.60||934.20||4,358,901|
|6th May 2019 (Mon)||0.00||0.00||0.00||0.00||0|
|3rd May 2019 (Fri)||919.00||942.60||916.40||921.40||6,602,941|
|2nd May 2019 (Thu)||910.60||932.40||907.40||915.80||4,375,824|
|1st May 2019 (Wed)||920.00||920.00||905.80||914.60||1,876,363|
|30th Apr 2019 (Tue)||917.20||921.60||910.60||922.80||4,250,272|
|29th Apr 2019 (Mon)||916.80||924.80||915.20||916.00||3,311,468|
|26th Apr 2019 (Fri)||923.80||925.80||913.60||927.00||5,672,735|
|25th Apr 2019 (Thu)||918.00||927.00||914.20||922.20||3,623,141|
|24th Apr 2019 (Wed)||918.40||922.60||912.40||915.20||4,559,070|
RR- synonymous with luxury and uncompromising quality, the motto 'nothing less than the best' is still sacrosanct in this world-leading power-systems provider, which today manages four global markets – civil and defence aerospace, marine and energy. At its core is the desire to enhance its products' environmental performance.
This giant technology leader with a global base that stretches across 50 countries in Europe, Eastern and North American continents, enjoys increased growth in market share, notably with the world wide service offered by its 54,000 gas turbines. Customer value is added through enhanced performance and reliability of RR products, which have enjoyed an annual 10% increase in service revenues throughout the last 10 years.
In 1884 Rolls-Royce was established by one Henry Royce as an electrical and mechanical business before his fateful meeting in 1904 with Charles Rolls who owned a London based quality car company. It was in 1906, following the success that Rolls had had selling cars manufactured by Royce, that the Rolls-Royce Company was formed. In the same year they launched their signature six-cylinder Silver Ghost. As a result of an innovative and inventive history, today RR are the world's second largest civil and defence aero engine company, a leader in marine propulsion and a leading supplier worldwide of energy solutions.
RR – an internationally known company that sets a high price on standards of customer service, engineering excellence, and product performance. None other than RR – regal and reliable - could be trusted to deliver excellence to customers, partners and stakeholders through integrity and innovation, the hall marks of a global company that consistently seeks to improve, strengthen and enhance an already impressive corporate portfolio.
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News - Friday, May 24, 2019
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