Below are financial results for the 10 largest supermarket chains with public equity or public debt. Although reporting periods vary, the chart represents sales, operating income and same-store sales for the two quarters most closely paralleling the first half of the calendar year 2003. /03-8/1/03 Safeway: $15.3; +2.7%; $818.4; -29.0%; -1.8%*; -1.7%*; 12/29/02-6/14/03 Delhaize America: $7.5; -0.2%; $354.0; +5.4%; -2.2%; +0.7%; 12/29/02-6/28/03 A&P (b): $5.7; +2.1%; $122.0 (a); ...
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