MINNEAPOLIS — Stock in Nash Finch dropped to a 52-week low in afternoon trading Thursday after the company said competitive pressure and slowing inflation triggered a “challenging” second quarter. A goodwill writedown of $132 million contributed to a net loss of $85 million in the quarter, which ended June 16, Nash Finch said. Excluding the writedown, which was related to aligning market value to declining stock price, quarterly net earnings decreased 25.6% to $9 ...
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