NEW YORK — Wall Street analysts said they see several positives for Minneapolis-based Supervalu following its sale Thursday of five retail banners to a consortium that includes Cerberus Capital Management, Albertsons LLC and four real estate companies. According to Ajay Jain, a research analyst with Cantor Fitzgerald here, the sale marks "the end of a long period of value destruction" for Supervalu, and the parts of Supervalu that remain "[are] likely to be more of ...

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