DRAM grows in supply

Aron Schatz
May 26, 2003
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The demand is just not there due to the high prices that it carries. If they lower prices, people will buy more. Yeah, the last few 256MB DDR sticks I got for free. Now I want them to pay me for it!


While global contract prices for DRAM show no signs of recovery, the price of 256Mbit DDR has seen temporary support at US$3, as several leading DRAM makers maintain a bias towards holding inventory rather than selling at a loss. However, DRAM prices are unlikely to recover in the near term due to the traditional second-quarter weakness in the IT sector and the potential repercussions of SARS on IT demand, market participants said.


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