Concerns about Apple in China hit two other Club stocks

Apple opened its 54th flagship store in Greater China in the city of Wuhan in May. The iPhone company warned in late April that supply chain disruptions from China’s Covid controls would likely hurt sales in the current quarter by $4 billion to $8 billion.

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Club holding Apple (AAPL) isn’t in danger of losing its footing, despite a recent market sell-off spurred by reports China is cracking down on iPhone usage.