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Micron results: What analysts are saying

12/23/2009 05:00 PM EST
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re: Micron results: What analysts are saying
John .   12/24/2009 6:23:45 PM
DRAM Pricing is so high right now that there is no way any memory company can make a loss now. Also Qimonda's death helped to reign in the DRAM over-supply situation. Now the question is sooner or later all the taiwanese and korean companies is gonna flood the market with DRAM modules, and then what will happen to Micron?? I guess unless they go for a price fixing like last time, there is only one way Micron can go.

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