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i sell lots of shares at a loss. if the share price falls 3% and i think it going down 10% i will sell at 3% down .and buy back when 10% down that make me 7% better of when they do go back up . its great to always make profit .but not if your funds are tied up waiting for 3 months to sell so you can say you sold at profit . when you could be making profit elsewhere
Definitely not sub 2, that will never happen,£2.50 is the lowest this share could possibly go, believe it or not.
Yes Mr. Robinson,
I think we have a further drop, you cannot base your predictions solely on historical data!
Employ some macro vision.
Sub 2 a possibility.
If you sold at a loss and couldn't be bothered to wait for the share price to go up, then you shouldn't of been buying shares, stupid person.
Very confident with the share price £3.50+ this year, people on here that clearly want the price to drop,are people that haven't invested or clearly want to buy at a cheaper price, looking to sell in September with good profit.
*meanwhile, Bernstein have been shorting 0.5% of ASOS shares over a period that they have increased 300%. DYOR. All the best!
Thanks for the link. Interesting to see. FYI: there are only 2 current short sellers. Of which it is important to show both sides of the coin: DSAM closed close to 0.5% short position on June 30th. i.e. when the price reached to what I assume was their target low price of 285.
flights to Tel Aviv are resuming. The three-times weekly flights will restart 15 July between London Stansted Airport and Tel Aviv via Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen and Ben Gurion International Airport.
Blue Islands, Channel Islands airline, at
today in ATR72 in new corporate colours. The aircraft touched down from its Jersey base at noon, as the airline confirmed four initial routes out of Southampton to Jersey, Manchester, Dublin, Guernsey #airlines
Sally gethin has confirmed flights are recovering faster than expected,
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Wide body that is, the most relevant and important to RR
Goldigler. No not 85% looking at the Comercial graph ( more relevant to RR ) could be around 40% of pre covid19 levels, not sure of 2019 flights per day in comparison but this is nearly peak season for flying hours. RNS stated average for 2020 total would be 55% down.
I’m Guessing this is the reason for the nice finish for the day all over the globe
It’s getting closer by the day :)
I am sorry to report that Alliance Bernstein has increased its short position on the 9th July by 0.13 per cent. Their total short position is now 0.51 per cent.
Nice to see some more measured posts here. Glad to see SP has at least stabilised.
GLA and have a good weekend.
We are all entitled to a change in sentiment but Ricky290 has excelled in his ability to move from posting “strong buy” on the 27th May with the following content -
Can we get to.4 pound by close today ? Thoughts ?
....when the share price was 347 pence.
Today, Just over six weeks later with an improving backdrop and a streamlined business the well informed Ricky290 posts “strong sell” and -
Dont think rolls royce will make it to Christmas massive cash burn . Lost half its revenue . Wont b able to service its debts . Will end up 16 billion of book debt . Assets way short of this number .rights issue will buy some time but ultimately be renationalised. As was the case in the 1970s . Covid wont be going away anytime soon rest of the world drowning in it . A average down could b throwing good money at bad . Think rolls will get broken up eventually .
Bizarre change of opinion. Clearly the Washington Post is more informed than our board of directors.
How long before we get back to £3?
So flights currently at 85% of precovid, that's far better than projected RR's recent rns,. Maybe should on some of those redundancies?
International flights to resume tomorrow @LondonCityAir with BA CityFlyer to Palma de Mallorca, Ibiza, Málaga and Florence under #travelcorridors policy. Demand exceeds expectations says airport. From 1st Aug routes to Nice, Mahon, Faro and Bergerac #readytofly #airlines #travel https://t.co/0p28zKW1pZ
Very happy and very confident with profit from my Rolls-Royce shares in the future.
Rolls-Royce has eliminated the backlog of Boeing 787s grounded while they await maintenance in relation to Trent 1000 blade-durability issues.
The powerplant manufacturer had expected to reduce the number of 787s awaiting work to single digits by the end of the second quarter of this year.
Rolls-Royce says the clearance of the backlog means it has “met and exceeded” its own commitment.
“It has been a difficult journey, and one we could never have undertaken without our customers’ patience and support,” it adds.
Three specific blade issues – which emerged in close succession – have affected Trent 1000s over the past four years.
Three separate blade issues have affected variants of the Boeing 787’s Trent 1000 engine
The initial problem centred on sulphidation corrosion on the intermediate-pressure turbine blades, spurring the manufacturer to develop a new blade with improved protective coating.
Rolls-Royce says the improved blade, for all package versions of the Trent 1000, has been installed in more than 99% of the operational fleet.
Resonance vibration originating from fan blades under certain conditions led to the cracking of intermediate-pressure compressor blades, and prompted the modification of the components, initially for Package C engines, with a similar subsequent redesign for the TEN version.
Rolls-Royce expects the compressor blade roll-over programme for these engine variants to be completed by the end of 2021, while a redesigned blade for the Package B engine will become available from the fourth quarter of this year.
The third durability problem relates to premature deterioration of high-pressure turbine blades.
This has been due to sub-optimal design of small holes in the blade, through which cool air is blown to protect the blade from high temperatures.
Rolls-Royce has developed enhanced blades for Package B and C high-pressure turbines, improving the efficiency of this ‘film cooling’ process, with over half the fleet since modified.
But a modification for blades on the TEN variant remains outstanding. The company says this modified design is undergoing endurance testing – which is over 75% complete – after a “rigorous root-cause investigation” and it expects incorporation into the fleet within the first half of 2021.
Rolls-Royce says the emergence of the three issues “at the same time” have made the matter “more challenging to resolve”, forcing the company to expand its servicing capacity to deal with dozens of aircraft parked to await blade changes.
Civil aerospace president Chris Cholerton says the elimination of this 787 backlog is an “important milestone” but that the company will remain focused on assisting customers with returning the twinjets to post-crisis service, and completing upgrade work across the fleet.
“We deeply appreciate the understanding and co-operation of our customers who have been impacted by this situation for a long time,” he says.
Ok still a huge drop.
I thought it would be pushing well over £3 hopefully next week
Sorry you have got it wrong the highest price yesterday was £2.92.
£2.97 to £2.60 I thought