Simon Property Group (SPG)
$62.91 2.03 (3.33%)
19:59 EDT SPG Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $62.91
Market Cap 19.48B
PE Ratio 9.38
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 6.69M
Day's Range 60.30 - 65.35
52-Week Range 42.25 - 186.40
Dividend & Yield 7.90 (12.56%)
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