Rolls-Royce News: Why RLLCF Stock Is Rolling Higher Today

Rolls-Royce (OTCMKTS:RLLCF) stock is in the news today as the automotive company’s shares get a boost.

Rolls Royce (RLLCF Stock) logo on the side of an Airbus A330 representing Rolls-Royce News.

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One piece of news worth noting is a new rating for RLLCF stock from Zacks Investment Research. This has the analyst increasing its rating for Rolls-Royce from sell to hold. That matches the current consensus rating, which is made up of two buys, eight holds, and two sells.

It’s also worth highlighting that RLLCF stock is seeing incredibly heavy trading today. As of this writing, more than 11 million shares of the stock have changed hands. For the record, the company’s daily average trading volume comes in at about 4.5 million shares.

So what else is going on with RLLCF stock today? Truthfully, not much. There’s little to no chatter from retail traders on social media today. If so, that would help explain some of the heavy trading that we’re seeing.

Another thing to know is that Rolls-Royce hasn’t released any news recently that could be behind the rise. The only noteworthy news is a new Spirit of Ecstasy hood ornament. The company is switching to a smaller version of its long-time hood ornament that will appear on its first electric vehicle EV.

Rolls-Royce’s first EV is called the Spectre and is set to release sometime next year. The company is targeting a complete switch to EVs by the time 2030 rolls around.

RLLCF stock is up 23.3% as of Tuesday afternoon.

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