- MKM reports the Wuxi, China SK Hynix (HXSCL) DRAM plant that was badly damaged in a September fire will be operational by mid-January, well ahead of the mid-2014 timeframe forecast by others.
- Micron (MU -2.1%) is slipping, as is SanDisk (SNDK -1.5%), which benefits when NAND flash capacity gets reallocated to deal with DRAM shortages.
- Micron and SanDisk rallied on Monday amid a flurry of positive DRAM sales, pricing, and supply-related news.
- Samsung (SSNLF, SSNGY), the world's largest DRAM manufacturer (37.1% Q3 share per DRAMeXchange), fell 1.4% overnight in Seoul. Hynix rose 0.8%.
Micron, SanDisk slip; Hynix plant to reportedly be operational next month
Dec 11 2013, 10:58 ET