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Washington Prime Group Inc. (WPG)

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2.5100+0.0200 (+0.80%)
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Previous close2.4900
Open2.5000
Bid2.5500 x 900
Ask2.5500 x 1200
Day's range2.4700 - 2.6600
52-week range1.6900 - 16.5500
Volume3,418,935
Avg. volume5,668,011
Market cap61.394M
Beta (5Y monthly)1.49
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date06 Mar 2020
1y target estN/A
  • Motley Fool

    Washington Prime Files Chapter 11: What It Means for Investors

    The coronavirus pandemic has done a number on malls, and several major operators have filed for bankruptcy in its wake. Washington Prime Group (NYSE: WPG), an Ohio-based mall operator with more than 100 locations across the U.S., has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, citing challenges related to the pandemic.

  • Mall Owner Washington Prime Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
    Bloomberg

    Mall Owner Washington Prime Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

    (Bloomberg) -- Washington Prime Group Inc., a real estate investment trust that operates enclosed malls and strip centers across the U.S., filed for bankruptcy after the Covid-19 pandemic drove away shoppers.The Chapter 11 filing in Houston lets Washington Prime stay in business while it restructures its debts in a deal that it reached with certain creditors, according to the bankruptcy. The company, with assets estimated at $4 billion and debt of almost $3.5 billion, secured a bankruptcy loan o

  • Reuters

    Exclusive: Washington Prime to file bankruptcy as soon as this week - sources

    Mall owner Washington Prime Group Inc is preparing to seek bankruptcy protection as soon as this week after the COVID-19 pandemic forced it to temporarily close some of its roughly 100 shopping centers across the United States and businesses were unable to pay it rent, people familiar with the matter said. The Columbus, Ohio-based company, formed in 2014 following a spin-off from mall giant Simon Property Group Inc, owns properties that include open-air town centers and enclosed malls, with roughly a third concentrated in the Midwest.