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US Firms Have Inventory Input ‘Cushion’ Against Coronavirus Disruption, Wells Fargo Says

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Businesses are in good shape to brace against potential supply chain disruption from China’s coronavirus outbreak, according to Wells Fargo Securities, but risks remain if factory shutdowns and transportation challenges drag on. Relative to prior periods of supply chain shock, inventory input levels in the U.S. are set to absorb near-term fallout from the global…

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