Rolls Royce And Cineworld Lift Off From A Bond And B-52 Bounce

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Rolls Royce And Cineworld Lift Off From A Bond And B-52 Bounce
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“The lift off of Rolls-Royce Holding PLC (LON:RR) shares following the relaxation of transatlantic travel rules was given added thrust today with news of a big contract with the US Air Force. Rolls Royce engines will power the USAF B-52s for the next 30 years, and the clinching of this deal, which could be worth up to $2.6 billion, is yet another ray of sunlight for the engineering firm which finally seems to be leaving the pandemic storm clouds behind.

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