BRUSSELS — The stock of Delhaize Group here fell more than 11% on Friday after the company reported weak U.S. sales at its Food Lion division in the second quarter. The company, which also operates the Hannaford Bros. chain in the Northeast and the Sweetbay banner in Florida, said the weak economy continued to put pressure on consumer spending in the Southeast during the second quarter, and that the price reductions it rolled out earlier this year have not yet gained traction. “In this ...
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