NASDAQ PLUCKS EAGLE'S STOCK od Centers here said last week that its stock has been delisted from Nasdaq because it did not meet the requirements for minimum bid price and market value. Stock in the company, which operates 61 supermarkets in the Midwest, began trading last week on the OTC Bulletin Board. KROGER SEES $2 BILLION CAP EX IN 2003 CINCINNATI -- Kroger Co. here said it expected capital expenditures in 2003 will total $2 billion, excluding acquisitions and the buyout of a ...

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