Revlon Inc. shares soared as the embattled cosmetics company wrangled with creditors over terms of a debt overhaul just hours before a deadline that could lead to a default and bankruptcy.
The stock rose as much as 124%, the most ever on an intraday basis, before closing at $8.79 Tuesday for a 47% gain. Revlon’s bonds due 2021 also jumped 17 cents on the dollar to 53.5 cents, according to Trace bond trading data.
A representative for New York-based Revlon declined to comment.
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