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U.S. elections to aid chip sales in 2012, says analyst

3/7/2012 01:10 PM EST
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anon9303122
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re: U.S. elections to aid chip sales in 2012, says analyst
anon9303122   3/7/2012 10:53:27 PM
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We've already been spendulus into serious hock. "Captain, she can't take any more."

old account Frank Eory
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old account Frank Eory   3/7/2012 10:12:51 PM
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If the historical boost during an election year depends on enactment of short-term measures that stimulate the economy, then some people may be in for a disappointment this year. The political climate doesn't look very favorable to even more stimulus!

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krisi   3/7/2012 5:43:53 PM
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How exactly politicians can boost demand for ICs in the election year? I must had missed that economy class ;-)...Kris

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phoenixdave   3/7/2012 4:49:00 PM
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Well at least there is something good to look forward to this year. Might make dealing with the constant rhetoric out of DC almost bearable.

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