MINNEAPOLIS — Shares of Supervalu were trading down Monday following a Goldman Sachs report suggesting the retailer may encounter more trouble than the financial community expects realizing the benefits of its ongoing turnaround. The report initiating coverage at Goldman gave Supervalu a “sell” rating, citing “secular and cyclical headwinds converging with excess financial leverage,” it said would pressure results and leave little for shareholders for the ...

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