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Fears of a toy shortage are overblown, Wall Street analysts say - but don't expect huge holiday sales

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Shoppers looking at dolls in the toy section of a Target.
By Jerry Holt/Star Tribune/Getty Image
Wall Street analysts say they "aren't as alarmed" about toy supply issues ahead of the holiday season.
Bigger toy companies have prepared up to a year in advance for expected shortages and delays.
Retail industries continue to adapt to global supply chain issues in a pandemic-driven market.
Consumers worried about the impact of supply chain issues on their holiday shopping plans might be spared the worst, as least if their buying plans include toys, some analysts say. Early planning and...
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