MONTVALE, N.J. — A&P saw its stock price rise nearly 25% yesterday after the company reported a smaller third-quarter loss on continuing operations. The loss for the quarter, which ended Nov. 29, was $3 million, compared with net income of $73.1 million a year ago, when results included a gain of $106.1 million from the sale of A&P’s shares in Metro, the Montreal-based operator to whom A&P sold its Canadian holdings in 2005. Adjusted operating cash flow for the quarter was $78 ...

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