DRAMeXchange Sees PC DRAM Prices Up 15% Sequentially in Q1 (MU)
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Micron Technology (NASDAQ: MU) is on watch Wednesday following research from DRAMeXchange which finds that the global DRAM market in the first quarter of 2017 will benefit from the stock-up activities ahead of the Chinese New Year holidays and the widespread expectations of tight supply. The average contract price of PC DRAM 4GB modules is estimated to rise by around 15% sequentially in next year’s first quarter to reach US$20. At the same time, the global DRAM market will see an across-the-board price hike that encompass DRAM for server, mobile and specialty applications. Despite off-season effect, the DRAM market will still be booming in the first quarter of 2017.
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