INDIANAPOLIS - The stock of Marsh Supermarkets here shot up last week after the company said a recent appraisal of its real estate revealed fair market value of $100 million to $150 million more than the book value reflected in the retailer's financial statements. Marsh owns the real estate and buildings for 34 supermarkets and 44 convenience stores, as well as a distribution center, company headquarters and other properties, and is currently searching for a buyer for the company as part of ...

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