By just about any measure, Fleming's numbers have been erratic and trending downward in recent years and Fleming's equity values have plunged toward the basement. rading at about $18 and its 52-week high at that time was also about $20. All of which raises the question: What's needed to restore Wall Street's view of Fleming as a good place to put investors' money? Ed Comeau, a securities analyst with Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette, New York, told SN that Fleming is really "off the radar ...

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