JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Winn-Dixie Stores last week said it expects to report identical-store sales gains of 3.2% for the fourth quarter, which ended June 29, and ID-sales declines of 0.1% for the full fiscal year. Those results exceeded analysts' expectations for the quarter, although the stock reacted negatively, and some analysts questioned the impact to the company's margins and profitability. Winn-Dixie projected EBITDA of about $38 million, slightly below analysts' expectations, ...

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