Shares of Fifth & Pacific Cos. Inc. shot up 22 percent Thursday after the company narrowed its second-quarter loss and stood by its full-year guidance, saying strength at Kate Spade would offset a stumble at Juicy Couture.
Fifth & Pacific’s stock gained $2.03 to $11.28 — the biggest percentage gain since the company said in October that it would sell the Liz Claiborne brand to J.C. Penney Co. Inc. and pay down debt.
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