Global Supply Chain Issues May Have Peaked

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It looks like more relief is coming to global supply chain issues. 

The disruptions may have finally peaked to the point they'll level off going forward. 

That's according to the New York Federal Reserve, which debuted a new metric yesterday. 

The tool has been documenting disruptions to supply chains since 1997. It looked at several variables including new orders, delivery times, shipping costs, cross-border transportation and manufacturing data.

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