(Adds pledge from shareholder AMAG, updates shares) By Annika Breidthardt ZURICH, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Shares in Swiss International Air Lines rose as much as 11 percent on Monday on hopes the cash-strapped Swiss carrier would soon wrap up a long-awaited deal to give it extra liquidity. The volatile shares were up seven percent at 12.95 francs by 1430 GMT after peaking at 13.50 francs. They have gained a quarter since the start of the year, helped by hopes the airline industry may pull ...
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