# Tupperware Brands Corp. Stock Continues Rally with a 19.7% Pre-Market Increase
Tupperware Brands Corp.'s stock has shown remarkable resilience, as it rose 19.7% during premarket trades on Thursday, extending its ongoing rally. The previous day's trading session ended with the stock recording a gain of 55.3%, its highest daily percentage increase since July 27 when it achieved a remarkable 56.3% gain. This latest surge marks the continuation of a two-day winning streak for Tupperware.
In a recent Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filing on Tuesday, Tupperware officially confirmed its fifth amendment to a credit agreement. Among other adjustments, this amendment extends the deadline for the delivery of the company's annual audited financial statements for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2022, from September 16, 2023, to November 1, 2023.
Despite facing challenges, Tupperware has managed to capture significant attention in the market in recent months. In April, the company issued a going-concern warning, highlighting the risk of potential insolvency. However, in an unexpected turn of events, shares of this troubled manufacturer of iconic food-storage containers experienced a record-breaking gain of 434% in July, even without any apparent major news driving the surge.
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