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Over 260 million Rolls-Royce preferred shares exchanged hands on Friday.
Rolls-Royce Holding PLC (OTCMKTS: RLLCF) preferred shares closed Friday trading at $0.0169, up 191.38%. Despite being shuttered by the pandemic, Rolls-Royce is well poised to rise beyond its pre-covid levels. As a result, investors and analysts continue to hype around Rolls-Royce preferred stocks, as observed at the end of last week.
Notably, over 260 million preferred Rolls-Royce shares exchanged hands on Friday. To put the figure into a proper perspective, the average three months volume for Rolls-Royce preferred shares was approximately 6.5 million.
Rolls-Royce Shares and Company’s Market Performance
The aero-engine maker remains significantly affected by the ongoing pandemic that has grounded the airline industry. The company anticipates harder times in the coming quarters as fewer customers are likely to order for aero engines and repair services.
However, there are rumors of a possible turnaround in the near future. As such, investors flocked in to purchase Rolls-Royce preferred stocks over the weekend. Moreover, Fidelity analyst Hyun Ho Sohn noted that Rolls Royce is set to become one of the best technology-related stocks in Great Britain. Besides, other notable analysts anticipate the company to enter the electric engine industry and perhaps become the next Tesla stock.
However, it is also expected that Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) will make a move towards the aero electric engine industry in the near future. The bold move could significantly reorganize and upscale the airline industry that has significantly been affected by the unpredictable fuel prices due to the volatility in the crude oil industry.
Rolls-Royce is currently struggling with its financials and is set to sell assets worth over $2 billion to balance its expenses. Besides, the company cut the cost of approximately $1 billion in its bid to control its finances amid the pandemic. Rolls-Royce is also said to have closed down some of its factories and is also planning to shut down its operations for two weeks over the summer. In fact, the company has resulted in laying off around 9000 of its employees to cut down the operational cost in the coming quarters.
The billion-dollar company has notably opted to onboard a former Deloitte partner Panos Kakoullis as its new chief financial officer. In a way, the choice is supposed to reassure investors that experienced personnel is taking over the financial helms amid the coronavirus crisis.
“Panos delivered significant transformational change at Deloitte, streamlining and simplifying the business and we look forward to benefitting from his expertise and experience as we deliver on our fundamental reorganization,” Chief Executive Warren East said.
“We suspect the market might have been more immediately reassured by a familiar name, one with corporate experience, but it is hard to question Mr. Kakoullis’s experience, technical credentials, and knowledge of driving the adoption of AI and advanced analytics,” said Jefferies analyst Sandy Morris.
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