Sasol Ltd – ADR (NYSE: SSL) closed at $ 15.44 on Friday after losing $ 0.81 (4.99%) on volume of 570,850 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 15.87 to a low of $ 15.26, while Sasol’s market cap now stands at $ 9,697,159,921.
About Sasol Ltd – ADR
Sasol is an integrated global chemicals and energy company with operations in 30 countries. Thanks to its talented staff, Sasol uses selected technologies to source, manufacture and market chemicals and energy products in a safe and sustainable manner on a global scale. Its revised strategy aims to place more emphasis on realizing value for its stakeholders, sustainable growth and better sustainability of the business as well as better cash generation. The Chemicals business will grow by meeting the changing needs of consumers, including the demands of a growing and urbanizing middle class. It will focus its activities on specialty chemicals where it has differentiated capabilities and strong market positions that can be extended over time. The Energy business will position itself to respond to global trends by providing new energy and mobility solutions over time, pursuing reductions in greenhouse gas emissions through the growth of gas and renewable energies, and higher cash generation.
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