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Tuesday, 03 April 2007 10:13

Semiconductor sales drop

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Semiconductor companies' shares fell after a trade group announced that sales had fallen.


The Semiconductor Industry Association reported that sales in February fell 6.5 percent to $20.09 billion from $21.48 billion in January. It described the fall as a typical seasonal weakness, although noted that there were declining prices and fewer unit shipments.


Sales were slightly up by 4.2 percent from $19.28 billion in February 2006, but this was much lower than sales levels in December.


AMD, Intel, Micron Technology, NSC shares fell on the back of news.

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