DRAM contract prices stabilized in the first half of November, claims DRAMeXchange. The firm...
Monday, November 19, 2012, 3:51 PM ETDRAM contract prices stabilized in the first half of November, claims DRAMeXchange. The firm believes prices had fallen 29% since July thanks to less-than-optimal PC industry conditions, and had declined below the cash costs of some manufacturers. Capacity cuts and mobile DRAM demand are helping the trouble industry cope, but there's a good chance losses will persist for Micron (MU +1.7%) and others until PC demand gets at least a little healthier.
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