: China protests haven’t impacted supply chains, White House says


COVID protests in China haven’t resulted in supply-chain disruptions, a White House spokesman said Monday, as investors kept an eye on unrest in that country. John Kirby, a National Security Council spokesman, told reporters that the U.S. doesn’t see a “particular impact right now” on supply chains. Monday’s trading session has been dominated by news of spreading unrest in China, and U.S. stocks SPX, -1.54% tumbled to their lowest levels of the session Monday afternoon as commentary from senior Federal Reserve officials added to the market’s woes.

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