(Tyler Durden | Zero Hedge) – As we warned last week, profit warnings are coming thick and fast from American companies as they come to grips with Delta-fearmongered-demand weakness and COVID-scare-driven supply-chain chaos that is anything but transitory. The latest warning comes from massive multi-national conglomerate 3M. Speaking at a Morgan Stanley conference this morning, 3M CFO Monish Patowala warned that the outlook is much more like the worst-case scenarios than any overly-optimistic view that markets appear to be imbibing… (headlines via Bloomberg) *3M SEES AUTO ’21 PRODUCTION -6% ON CHIP SHORTAGE VS -3% EARLIER *3M EPS IMPACT DUE TO INFLATION, […]

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