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re: Semicon mood: What analysts are saying
mcgrathdylan   7/12/2010 5:06:30 PM
It will indeed be interesting to contrast this year's show vibe with last year's. The co-located Intersolar was much more happening last year, even with the downturn. It will be interesting to see how that show feels this year.

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re: Semicon mood: What analysts are saying
yalanand   7/11/2010 12:05:22 PM
Seems like the austerity measures are improving the situation in Europe. Look at the euro/USD movement great improvement in the euro value. Lets all hope the second half will be good for semiconductor industry.

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re: Semicon mood: What analysts are saying
Sanjib.A   7/10/2010 4:36:38 AM
Great article! I agree with the comment posted by Phoenixdave that the outlook for rest of 2010 is not outstanding but positive for the chip industry. Understand that China is at the top of the "electronic food chain" and US also is not doing bad. Hoping to see some positive news from Europe as well. Will be interested to see the numbers from Xilinx and Altera coming in third week of July.

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re: Semicon mood: What analysts are saying
phoenixdave   7/9/2010 11:15:06 PM
What a difference a year makes. Not outstanding predictions, but all positive, which is certainly going in the right direction. Will be interesting to see the attendance figures for Semicon. Parts Search

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