For supermarket retailers considering buying or selling stores, the time to strike may be now, according to industry observers. “If a company is losing shareholder value every day — because its competitive position, capital structure and EBITDA are all deteriorating — it should consider selling before the situation gets any worse,” Scott Moses, managing director for Sagent Advisors, a New York-based boutique investment banking firm, told SN. “Some companies may get a reprieve from the ...

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