Shares of Sears Holdings Corp. on Tuesday opened the first trading session in May by spiking up 15.4 percent after the company provided an optimistic update on its first-quarter outlook, which also rode the tailwind garnered on Monday as the retailer updated its spin-off plans.
Shares closed at $62.05 in over-the-counter trading. Sears said Tuesday it is eyeing a first-quarter profit when the firm reports results on May 17.
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