Main Street Capital Corp (MAIN)
$29.43 0.02 (0.05%)
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Market Cap 1.75B
PE Ratio 9.71
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 140,050
Day's Range 29.18 - 29.52
52-Week Range 14.11 - 45.10
Dividend & Yield 2.56 (8.72%)
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Main Street Capital (NYSE:MAIN) makes a new investment to facilitate the minority recapitalization of Superior Rigging and Erecting, a provider of rigging, steel erection, and crane & equipment rental services in the southeastern U.S.Main Street funded $26.0M in a combination of first-lien, senior secured term debt and a direct equity invetment.It's also providing Superior with access to additional term debt to help fund future growth needs.See Main Street's growth in long-term investments over the past 10 years:
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