MONTVALE, N.J. — Should A&P go private? That's a question on the minds of analysts and industry observers who have witnessed the retailer's market value plummet by more than 50% during the last year. A&P's stock, which was trading at more than $32 per share at this time last year, fell to as low as $12.57 per share earlier this month — the difference between market capitalization of $1.9 billion and $811 million. The stock was trading at about $14 per share late last week. Though ...

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