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3/18/2010 00:00 AM EDT
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studleylee
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studleylee   3/18/2010 8:32:02 PM
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When they say they are nearing "normal lead times" how does that relate to the 20weeks currently listed by many distributors. It's very much like a traffic jam: inch-worming and they had been tail-gating, instead of driving with a brain.

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Jimmymac0   3/18/2010 7:00:21 PM
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Prices are firming meaning supply is shorter than demand. Whether due to double ordering or economic growth nobody really knows. When additional capacity comes on line you will have your answer.

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