NEW YORK — Shares of Kmart Holding Corp. were on a tear Monday, jumping more than 30 percent in intraday Nasdaq trading, after the discounter proved that it didn’t have such a bad first quarter after all.

After going as high as $24.43, shares ended the trading day at $22.53, up $4.05, or 21.9 percent, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average, Nasdaq, Standard & Poor’s 500 and S&P Retail Index all managed gains of more than 2 percent. The Dow climbed 201.84 points, or 2.2 percent, to end the day at 9,318.96.

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