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Rolls Royce saw a large drop in it’s share price this morning after an unexpected profit warning, its fourth in just over a year.

The company pointed to a sharp drop in the number of corporate jets powered by Rolls-Royce engines in the third quarter, while demand for other corporate jet services also weakened.

The company now expects profit “headwinds” of £650m next year, more than double the £300m cut to profit identified in July.

We made a video this morning with our Head Analyst Ravi Lockyer, to ask him how he sees things unfolding after this news.

Please excuse the number of ‘”Um’s” that I use, I never realised that I did that quite so much, so something to work on!

Let me know what you think, or if there’s anything else you’d like to see covered in the future.

Comments

  1. Janine Taylor says:

    Very good overall and natural. Maybe questions aught to be a bit more planned to reduce wasted ‘nothing’ time. Very well explained but from the point of view of an investor, maybe an analysis of how the divs. reduction would further affect share price and return potentials. Give different examples….show some figures …

    I enjoyed listening and you both were very clear.

    • Adam King says:

      Hi Janine,

      Thank you for your comment. I appreciate your comment on the ‘nothings’, my um’s didn’t help – but it is something I will be working on!

      Noted point on the figures and developing the analysis as well to better understand the potential impact on share price, the content we add to these videos will be developing over time so your points were things we might include for future reference.

      Thanks,

      Adam.

  2. S Zucker says:

    thanks for this explanation. Some more on the same theme would be useful when major companies’ share price take a nosedive. The reasons are not always apparent to the layman.

    • Adam King says:

      Hi Mr. Zucker,

      Thank you for the comment, that’s the exact reason why we produce these videos because it makes certain bits of information easier to digest.

      We will be producing more of these videos as time goes on so when there is a drop in the share price which we feel is worth covering there will be a video posted for it!

      Stay tuned for more!

      Adam.

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