MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu’s stock was down by around 50% in afternoon trading Thursday following the retailer’s announcement late Wednesday that it had engaged financial advisors to seek a potential sale of the company and that it was withdrawing sales and earnings guidance for the year to engage in a price-investment program likely to adversely impact profits. Analysts had mixed reaction to the news, expressing skepticism that its sales initiatives would improve results ...

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