MONTVALE, N.J. — A&P should be able to maintain adequate liquidity and improve its performance in the coming years, but will still lag competitors’ operating metrics and be vulnerable to sales declines and a slow economy, according to Standard & Poor’s, which assigned the reorganized company a B- corporate credit rating and a negative outlook this week. S&P said actions taken during A&P’s 15-month stay in federal bankruptcy court, which ended ...
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