Essays on Investment Management of Rolls-Royce Holdings Case Study

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The paper "Investment Management of Rolls-Royce Holdings" is a perfect example of a micro and macroeconomic case study.   The fair value of the share calculated per 100000 shares gives us 300.1. This positive fair value informs us that at an assumed rate of 5%, this is the company whose shares will be admired by every potential investor. Therefore those who already have them must hold on them since they are promising and are more profitable in the future (Kolosowski and Chwastyk, 2014). Introduction Rolls-Royce Holdings plc was incorporated in the year 2011 as a multinational company based in the United Kingdom also said to be a British company.

In the aircraft industry, Rolls-Royce is the second largest that also deals in the energy sector and marine navigations (Kolosowski and Chwastyk, 2014). It has made numerous contracts in defense enabling its revenue growth to 71.6 billion pounds as of February 2014. The company’ s shares’ performance in the London Stock Exchange is commendable and is also an important element of the FTSE 100 Index. It is among the thirty largest companies with a high market capital value of 22.22 billion pounds.

The headquarters of Rolls-Royce is in London. This company runs with a high level of efficiency due to minimal competition in the energy industry because of its quality products in the aerospace especially those used for defense. The company sells worldwide. Price-performance and news analysis   BAT. S (%) FTSE -100 (%) Numerical Calculation Risk-adjusted (%) Dec-2015 -3.48 -2.49 -3.48 - (1.43x -2.49) 0.08 Jan-2016 22.34 0.82 -22.34 - (1.43x 0.82) 21.17 Feb-2016 0.44 1.80 0.44- (1.43x 1.80) -2.14 Mar-2016 -0.79 1.42 -0.79- (1.43 x 1.42) -2.83 Apr-2016 -7.54 0.31 -7.54- (1.43 x 0.31) -7.99 May-2016 14.94 4.70 14.94- (1.43 x 4.70) 8.22 Jun- 2016 11.17 3.44 11.17- (1.43 x 3.44) 6.26 Jul-2016 -2.65 1.68 -2.65 - (1.43 x 1.68) -5.06 Aug-2016 -6.49 1.80 -6.49- (1.43 x 1.80) -9.07 Sep-2016 1.54 1.03 1.54- (1.43 x 1.03) 0.06+ Oct-2016 -6.88 -1.99 -6.88- (1.43 x -1.99) -4.03 Nov-2016 -1.26 5.37 -1.26- (1.43 x 5.37) -8.94 Dec-2016 -0.07 -0.57 -0.07- (1.43 x -0.57) 0.74 Jan -2016 -100.00 -100.00 -100.00- (1.43 x -100.00) 43.00  

References

Kolosowski, M. and Chwastyk, P. (2014). Economic Aspects of Company Processes Improvement. Procedia Engineering, 69, pp.22-130.
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