Seritage Growth Properties (SRG) falls 0.75% to Close at $11.97 on January 14

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Today, Seritage Growth Properties - Class A Inc’s (NYSE: SRG) stock fell $0.09, accounting for a 0.75% decrease. Seritage Growth Properties opened at $12.00 before trading between $12.09 and $11.52 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw Seritage Growth Properties’s market cap fall to $522,267,200 on 712,819 shares -above their 30-day average of 473,206.

About Seritage Growth Properties - Class A

Seritage Growth Properties is a publicly-traded, self-administered and self-managed REIT with 158 wholly-owned properties and 25 unconsolidated properties totaling approximately 26.5 million square feet of space across 41 states and Puerto Rico. The Company was formed to unlock the underlying real estate value of a high-quality retail portfolio it acquired from Sears Holdings in July 2015. The Company's mission is to create long-term value for shareholders by realizing the value of the Company's portfolio through re-leasing, redevelopment, formation of strategic partnerships or other bespoke solutions.

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The New York Stock Exchange is the world’s largest stock exchange by market value at over $26 trillion. It is also the leader for initial public offerings, with $82 billion raised in 2020, including six of the seven largest technology deals. 63% of SPAC proceeds in 2020 were raised on the NYSE, including the six largest transactions.

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