The bear market of 2022 bludgeoned technology stocks, but it also brought an end to the chip shortage for many markets -- at exactly the wrong time for investors. Supply of high-end chips for smartphones, PCs, and some data center components started to loosen up, just as consumer demand for electronic devices started to wane after two years of early-pandemic spending sprees. The U.S. CHIPS and Science Act is now accepting applications from chip manufacturers, which could help bring relief to companies that use mature-node semiconductors in the coming years.
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