TORONTO -- Loblaw Cos. here said last week it has a positive outlook for the remainder of the year. it to continue to finance a $650 million ($1 billion Canadian) capital investment program. The company said sales for the 12-week second quarter and 24-week first half, both ended June 16, rose 4.8% to $3.3 billion and 5.1% to $6.2 billion, respectively. For the quarter, net income rose 21.1% to $74.8 million, earnings per share were 27 cents compared with 22 cents for the previous second ...
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