Supply chain pressures easing, buy S&P and these stocks
A file photo shows workers working in a Nike factory close to Ho Chi Minh City at a conveyor belt production line, making Nike sport shoes.
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JPMorgan expects disruptions to end soon, despite the fact that supply chain problems have long plagued investors and companies. Wall Street’s firm stated that it was a good time for investors to purchase the entire market as well as certain stocks in supply chains.