PARK RIDGE, N.J. -- While the financial community foresees stability in some of A&P's supermarket businesses, some analysts are cautious about the company's growth outlook and its strategies in certain problem markets. "I'm reluctant to say the worst is behind them," said Ed Comeau, a securities analyst with Lehman Bros., New York, interviewed last week after the A&P annual meeting here. "The problem areas, except for Atlanta, seem to have the makings of a better year. But for the ...

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