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Rolls-Royce Group

Rolls-Royce Group (RR)

Aero-engine maker Rolls-Royce powers both military and civil aircraft and is a big supplier of power generating turbines to the marine and energy markets. The company, once famous for its prestige motor cars, sold the car business to Vickers in 1980, but retained the rights to the brand name. These rights were transferred to Germanys Volkswagen in 1998 and then passed on to BMW in 2003.

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Annual Dividends

Year Amount Change
2006 9.59p
2007 13.0p 35.6%
2008 14.3p 10.0%
2009 15.0p 4.9%
2010 16.0p 6.7%
2011 17.5p 9.4%
2012 19.5p 11.4%
2013 22.0p 12.8%
2014 23.1p 5.0%
2015 16.37p (29.1%)
2016 11.7p (28.5%)
2017 11.7p 0%
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Dividends

Ex-Div Date Pay Date Year Type Frequency Status Amount
27 Oct 2010 06 Jan 2011 2010 Interim Semiannually Paid 6.4p
20 Apr 2011 05 Jul 2011 2010 Final Semiannually Paid 9.6p
26 Oct 2011 05 Jan 2012 2011 Interim Semiannually Paid 6.9p
18 Apr 2012 06 Jul 2012 2011 Final Semiannually Paid 10.6p
24 Oct 2012 04 Jan 2013 2012 Interim Semiannually Paid 7.6p
24 Apr 2013 03 Jul 2013 2012 Final Semiannually Paid 11.9p
23 Oct 2013 06 Jan 2014 2013 Interim Semiannually Paid 8.6p
23 Apr 2014 01 Jul 2014 2013 Final Semiannually Paid 13.4p
23 Oct 2014 06 Jan 2015 2014 Interim Semiannually Paid 9p
23 Apr 2015 03 Jul 2015 2014 Final Semiannually Paid 14.1p
22 Oct 2015 06 Jan 2016 2015 Interim Semiannually Paid 9.27p
28 Apr 2016 01 Jul 2016 2015 Final Semiannually Paid 7.1p
20 Oct 2016 06 Jan 2017 2016 Interim Semiannually Paid 4.6p
27 Apr 2017 05 Jul 2017 2016 Final Semiannually Paid 7.1p
26 Oct 2017 05 Jan 2018 2017 Interim Semiannually Paid 4.6p
26 Apr 2018 05 Jul 2018 2017 Final Semiannually Paid 7.1p
25 Oct 2018 07 Jan 2019 2018 Interim Semiannually Declared 4.6p
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Warren East, Chief Executive, said: "Despite the disappointment of our recent update, our second half outlook remains positive and full-year guidance for revenue, profit and cash issued on July 6th remains unchanged. The continued growth in our order book demonstrates the long-term demand for our innovative products and services, and underpins my confidence in the fundamental strength of our business."

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John Rishton, Chief Executive, said:

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This article which appeared in the Saturday edition of the FT on 27th October talks about investors chasing dividends. It is a good read and vindicates our stance that the only reason to invest in equities at the present time is for Dividends.

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ROLLS-ROYCE HOLDINGS PLC HALF-YEAR 2012 RESULTS

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Rolls-Royce to acquire Aero Engine Controls

Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, announces today that it will
acquire the 50 per cent of shares it does not already own in Aero Engine
Controls (AEC) a joint venture with Goodrich Corporation. AEC was established
in January 2009 to combine the engine controls businesses of the two companies.
The joint venture principally designs and manufactures engine control systems
including electronic engine controllers, fuel pumps and fuel metering units for
a wide range of Rolls-Royce engines and for a number of other programmes.

Engine control systems play an increasingly important part in enhancing the
fuel efficiency and overall performance of modern jet engines. This acquisition
will give Rolls-Royce full ownership of a critical capability that confers
competitive advantage.

AEC employs around 1,400 people and has sites in Birmingham, Derby, and Belfast
in the UK and in Indianapolis, USA.

The transaction has been agreed with United Technologies Corp (UTC), which is
in the process of acquiring Goodrich. The acquisition of the remainder of the
shares in AEC by Rolls-Royce will only proceed once the acquisition of Goodrich
by UTC is complete and once any necessary antitrust approvals are obtained.

The transaction will have no material impact for Rolls-Royce on the current
year's financial performance.

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