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Summer swallow

30 September 2015 By Robert Cole

Shares in the supermarket group popped as much as 14 percent as it said sales and pre-tax profit are beating expectations. Price cuts and cost savings seem to be kicking in. To make sustained progress on earnings, however, established grocers need to win back pricing power. 

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