Today, LyondellBasell Industries NV – Class A Inc’s (NYSE: LYB) stock gained $0.83, accounting for a 0.86% increase. LyondellBasell Industries NV opened at $97.23 before trading between $98.35 and $96.84 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw LyondellBasell Industries NV’s market cap rise to $32,578,451,690 on 1,384,652 shares -below their 30-day average of 1,653,513.
About LyondellBasell Industries NV – Class A
LyondellBasell (NYSE: LYB) is one of the largest plastics, chemicals and refining companies in the world. Driven by its employees around the globe, LyondellBasell produces materials and products that are key to advancing solutions to modern challenges?like?enhancing food safety through lightweight and flexible packaging, protecting the purity of water supplies through stronger and more versatile pipes, improving the safety, comfort and fuel efficiency of many of the cars and trucks on the road, and ensuring the safe and effective functionality in electronics and appliances. LyondellBasell sells products into more than 100 countries and is the world’s largest producer of polypropylene compounds and the largest licensor of polyolefin technologies.?In 2021, LyondellBasell was named to FORTUNE Magazine’s list of the ‘World’s Most Admired Companies’ for the fourth consecutive year.?
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