Herbalife Nutrition (HLF) gains 0.92% in light trading on September 24th

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Herbalife Nutrition Ltd (NYSE: HLF) shares rose 0.92%, or $ 0.4 per share, to close at $ 43.92 Friday. After the day opened at $ 43.68, Herbalife Nutrition’s shares fluctuated between $ 43.95 and $ 43.25. 1,699,823 shares traded compared to the 30-day average of 1,883,687. Friday’s activity brought Herbalife Nutrition’s market cap to $ 5,076,947,508.

Herbalife Nutrition is headquartered in Ugland House South Church Street, Grand Cayman and employs more than 8,900 people.

About Herbalife Nutrition Ltd

Herbalife Nutrition is a global company that has been changing people’s lives since 1980 with great nutritional products and a proven business opportunity for its independent distributors. The company offers high quality, science-based products sold in over 90 countries by entrepreneurial distributors, one-on-one coaching and a supportive community that inspires their customers to adopt healthier, more active lifestyles. Through the company’s global hunger eradication campaign, Herbalife Nutrition is also committed to providing nutrition and education to communities around the world.

Visit Herbalife Nutrition Ltd’s profile for more information.

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