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World memory market: the pendulum has gone backwards
As noted in yesterday’s review,
traders had not yet had time to get involved in the working rhythm and the deals were discrete. On the
in the evening April 13 auction, the price of microcircuits and a number of modules went down, today
in the morning trading, the situation did not change – mainly due to low demand.
The price of markers, 256 Mbit (32×8) DDR266 / 333/400 Hynix chips dropped to
$ 6.35 / $ 6.32 / $ 6.35 (since yesterday’s $ 6.55). Accordingly, until the fall in prices
will cease, bidders will give preference to SDR SDRAM – which, in fact,,
and happens – the demand for low-density microcircuits (1Mx16 / 4Mx16) remains,
and the price of 256 Mbit (32×8) microcircuits in some regions even increased – up to 5.65
dollars – by 0.89% per day.
According to some observers, traders are beginning to “probe
soil “before choosing a model of behavior for the near future. Under
the nearest future should be understood as a period of no more than a week. DRAMeXchange Analysts
suggest that for the next seven days, the direction of price changes for DDR SDRAM
will not change, however, given the “side” messages concerning not
memory exchanges directly, but the industry and related areas, one might say,
that there will be no sharp decline in prices.
Suggestions made yesterday about the impact of power outages in Sinchu Park also
are also mentioned by analysts of the Taiwanese exchange. Half an hour power outage,
according to the manufacturers themselves, led to the loss of 2% of the products by the manufacturers,
produced in a month, and, moreover, more negative for the market were not so much
figures, how much the very fact of what happened. However, the full effect of the loss
part of the production will appear in May. Thus, all these factors led to the fact,
that at the moment market participants do not have confidence in the need for further
sustaining price increases.
Will spot prices stay above the $ 6 mark until the end of the month?,
seems to depend on contract prices. If memory manufacturers can
convince PC OEMs and raise contract prices to the desired level,
this will act as a “catalyst” to support the growth of 256 Mbit chips
on the spot market, otherwise the market prices will be corrected towards
1Mx16 / 166
4Mx16 / 166
8Mx16 / 133
16Mx16 / 133
16Mx8 / 133
32Mx8 / 133