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Rolls Royce Holdings plc (RR.L)


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Previous close851.50
Open853.50
Bid800.00 x 344600
Ask880.00 x 265700
Day's range852.22 - 873.50
52-week range588.00 - 895.00
Volume6,378,498
Avg. volume6,734,248
Market cap16.05B
Beta1.13
PE ratio (TTM)-3.97
EPS (TTM)-220.1
Earnings date1 Aug 2017
Dividend & yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-dividend date2013-10-23
1y target est692.53
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