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TSMC's September sales rise, beat trend

10/8/2010 03:55 PM EDT
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yalanand
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yalanand   10/11/2010 8:27:55 AM
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Ha ha good point daleste. Statistics is really funny.

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the_floating_ gate   10/11/2010 2:18:04 AM
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"the monthly sequential growth – almost none – was higher than typical September-over-August growth over the last decade for TSMC which has, on average decline by 0.3 percent.", what do you mean by typical September - over - August growth? The growth on average declines by .3% ? LOL hey the monthly growth of .7% is based on a very, very strong year - that is very remarkable beating the average trend (considering the gloom and doom sceanario and the cycle has peaked blah, blah) - Heck - looks like Mike's model is working

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unknown multiplier   10/9/2010 6:28:22 AM
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Where is the business? 65 nm? 130 nm?

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john_cup   10/8/2010 6:41:51 PM
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TSMC's business is really up now.

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daleste   10/8/2010 4:31:57 PM
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TSMC's month on month growth was 0.7% and is reported as 'sales rise' while UMC's month on month growth was 0.5% and is reported as 'sales are flat'. Does 0.2% really make that big of a difference?

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