: Supply-chain delays now could lead to discounts for shoppers down the line, analysts say


Items that are trapped in the supply-chain bottleneck plaguing consumer companies right now will eventually make it to store shelves, but when they do they’ll likely have to be discounted, say BMO Capital Markets analysts.

Parts of the supply chain have come to a standstill at different points over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, with factories shut down and stores temporarily closed for business.


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