Supermarket industry stocks turned in a mixed performance relative to the sharp run-up in the stock market during the first half of 1995. Wholesale stocks outperformed the overall market during the period, while the top-10 publicly traded supermarket companies trailed the market as a group, according to SN data. With overall stock prices up nearly 19%, prices on a group of 10 wholesale stocks registered gains of 27% as they rebounded from generally weak earnings. Prices on retail stocks ...

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