Thomas Cook shares climb 45 percent but bonds hit record low
2018-12-5 03:51 pm
Thomas Cook's shares climbed 45 percent on hopes that it would not need to issue new equity, although its bond prices extended their losses to record lows on Wednesday, amid deepening worries about the UK travel group's debt.
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