With a boost from rising inflation and an improving economy, supermarket operators are positioned to continue enjoying slow but steady improvements in financial results that began in the second half of 2010, industry analysts told SN. An analysis of the financial results for the 10 largest supermarket chains with public equity or debt indicated that the industry saw some sales gains during the second half of 2010 compared with the second half of 2009, with overall sales up 1.85%, on a ...

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