Supply chain issues aren’t slowing deliveries as much as consumer demand


  • Strong consumer demand is the main reason for the supply grunts.
  • However, some experts still believe that the supply system is the biggest problem.
  • But if demand is the problem, Fed rate hikes can help.

Supply chain bottlenecks disrupting deliveries to buyers and businesses – while pushing inflation to 40-year highs – have mostly been blamed on labor shortages caused by the pandemic in factories, ports and warehouses.

But some top analysts say there’s a bigger culprit: you.

According to these experts, growing consumer demand – for televisions, sofas, appliances and more – is the predominant force behind supply grunts rather than problems in the global delivery network.


USA Today

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