Party City (NYSE:PRTY) stock is in the news Monday as investors prepare for the retail company to file for bankruptcy.
While there’s no official filing just yet, several publications have reported on the potential bankruptcy filing. According to insider sources, PRTY wants to negotiate new terms with bondholders to retire old debt and clear the way for future operations.
Adding to that, the insiders say that Party City has brought in AlixPartners as a restructuring advisor. This, alongside the debt negotiations, point toward the company likely using a bankruptcy filing to reorganize its business before coming out of bankruptcy.
What to Watch With PRTY Stock
While a bankruptcy filing would normally cause a stock’s price to plummet, that might not be the case this time around. We’ve been seeing investors pile into stocks of companies closing into bankruptcy lately, such as Bed Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ:BBBY) shares.
That means the same is probably what’s already happening with PRTY stock. If so, it’s possible the company’s shares could see greater gains ahead of that filing. However, that could be followed up by a drop if investors dump shares after the rally.
PRTY stock is seeing heavy trading today with some 37 million shares on the move this morning. For the record, its daily average trading volume is closer to 6.8 million shares.
PRTY stock is up 40.7% as of Monday morning.
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