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2006-06-29 Handelsbanken lowers global IC forecast
According to investment banking firm Handelsbanken, the semiconductor market will grow 5 percent in 2006 over 2005, down from 6 percent in its previous forecast
2006-01-04 November chip sales beat forecast
Monthly chip sales are expected to improve to a three-month average of $20.4 billion in November, up from $20.05 billion in October, according to Handelsbanken Capital Markets.
2004-10-04 August chip market average to hit $18 billion, says analyst
Handelsbanken Capital Markets predicted Tuesday (Sept. 28) that the worldwide chip sales figures for August 2004, due to be published in early October as a three-month average by World Semiconductor Trade Statistics, would be $18 billion.
2005-05-03 March global chip sales hit $18.4 billion, says analyst
Handelsbanken Capital Markets expects the three-month rolling average of worldwide semiconductor sales for March, due to be announced by the U.S. Semiconductor Industry Association in the next few days, to be $18.40 billion, the financial analysis company said Thursday (April 28).
2005-03-03 January's 'actual' chip sales growth set to bounce, says analyst
Strong sales into the PC sector will have resulted in worldwide chip sales in Jan. 2005 hitting $16.4 billion, up 18.6 percent compared with Jan. 2004, which is a bounce in annual growth from the 13.3 percent growth recorded in December, according to Handelsbanken Capital Markets.
2006-06-07 Analyst predicts Intel price war, profit warning
Handelsbanken Capital Markets predicted a profits warning from Intel Corp. where processor volumes fell 21 percent and processor prices had fallen 40 percent.
2006-07-06 Worldwide chip sales grew 9.4% in May
The three-month average of worldwide sales of semiconductors in May came in ahead of expectations at $19.75 billion and grew by 9.4 percent over the May 2005 equivalent sales of $18.05 billion, according to WSTS numbers.
2006-07-04 Semicon forecast: second half will be rough
2006 has seen it alla stock option scandal, different chip predictions, materials shortages and it's not even over yet. Here's our take on where things stand and where we see the industry heading.
2005-05-31 Global chip sales fall 1.2% in April, says WSTS
The IC industry appears to be slowing down. Worldwide semiconductor sales hit $18.15 billion in April, down 1.2 percent from March but up 6.8 percent from the like period a year ago, according to a report from Reuters on Monday (May 30).
2005-10-05 Chip market was strong in August, says ESIA
The three-month average of worldwide semiconductor sales in August came in higher than expectations at $18.58 billion, up 3.2 percent from $18.01 billion in July. This was also up 1.7 percent from the equivalent figure in August 2004, according to figures from the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) organization published by the European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA).
2005-11-03 Chip market up 5.2% in September, says ESIA
The three-month average of worldwide semiconductor sales in September came in at $19.55 billion, higher than expectations for the second month running. This was up by 5.2 percent compared with $18.58 billion in August 2005 and up 5.6 percent on the equivalent number in September 2004, according to figures from the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) organization published by the European Semiconductor Industry Association (ESIA).
2004-06-04 April's global chip sales up 36.7 percent
The three-month average of global semiconductor sales rose to $16.94 billion in April, a sequential increase of 4.1 percent from the $16.275 billion reported in March and a 36.7 percent increase from April 2003, the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) reported Tuesday (June 1, 2004).
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