Lyondellbasell Industries NV (LYB) falls 0.52% for May 20

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Lyondellbasell Industries NV (NYSE: LYB) shares fell -0.52% to end trading Thursday at $109.80 per share - a net change of $-0.57. Shares traded between $111.29 and $108.49 throughout the day.

1316582 shares of Lyondellbasell Industries NV exchanged hands.

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