ZAANDAM, Netherlands -- Ahold here reported earnings of $130 million euros (around $162 million U.S.) during its fiscal second quarter, swinging from a loss during the same period last year but below the estimates of analysts. tively impacted margins at its Stop & Shop and Giant-Landover division. The company added that it took a $20 million charge during the quarter related to costs in restructuring Giant-Landover's supply chain and closing four Super G stores. In a conference call, ...

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