Sainsbury's Q2: what the analysts say
By Katie Smith | 3 October 2012
Supermarket retailer Sainsbury's today (3 October) reported a rise in second-quarter sales, with clothing continuing to outpace its food business. The results have come in ahead of analysts' expectations who have viewed the figures as "positive" and "solid".
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