Sasol surges 45% after announcement about selling stocks, assets

Sasol surges 45% after announcement about selling stocks, assets

Sasol, South Africa’s biggest company by revenue, said it may sell assets or stock to ease its financial woes after an oil-price collapse exacerbated a debt burden swelled by a troubled expansion in the US. This, along with a 5% gain in the Brent crude oil pr…
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