WEEK AHEAD – Rolls puts bribery case behind it

Will there be any bad news alongside full year results?
Thursday 09 Feb 2017 Author: Tom Sieber
Rolls-Royce ( RR. ) Aircraft engine maker Rolls-Royce will be hoping to avoid a repeat of its lengthy list of profit warnings served up in recent years when full year results are reported on 14 February. Having recently settled bribery claims with a £671m payment the focus is likely to be on the impact of overcapacity in the aerospace market. (TS) ‹ Previous 2017-02-09 Next ›

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