The financial performance of supermarkets during the second half of 2012 is looking just a little bit better than the first half, industry analysts told SN.
A slowdown in inflation, combined with a slow but ongoing acceleration in the general economy, should produce second-half results that are “a smidge better than they’ve been,” Scott Mushkin (right), managing director for Jefferies & Co., New York, said. “The second half won’t be great, but it looks ...
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