NEW YORK — Barneys New York Inc. reported Tuesday that its first-quarter bottom line sank $1.2 million, or 9 cents a share, into the red.

A $700,000 rise in interest and financing costs helped drag down results for the quarter. The increase related primarily to higher costs associated with a debt offering and the write-off of certain fees to amend the firm’s credit facility.

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