Perry Ellis International Inc. earned back some of the respect it had recently put at risk among investors Thursday as it reported a fourth-quarter performance marked by improving trends in sales, profits and margins.
Shares ended the day at $18.51, up $1.11 or 6.4 percent. They had fallen 13.1 percent, to $16.79, on Feb. 19 after the Miami-based sportswear firm provided guidance for the holiday period that fell well below previous analysts’ estimates.
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