SUPERMARKET STOCKS TAKE HIT NEW YORK — Last week's stock-market implosion — which included single-day declines in the Dow Jones Industrial Average of more than 500 points on Monday and more than 400 points on Wednesday — dragged some supermarket stocks along with it, although analysts said most supermarkets probably would not be adversely affected by the bankruptcy of Lehman Bros. and the other financial crises of the week. Montvale, N.J.-based A&P fell more than 30% in the first few ...

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