DDR2 market rebound said to be short lived

Although DRAM distributors usually hold off on their orders before the annual CeBIT show in Hanover, Germany to see how demand will play out in the PC market, this year some players are emptying their DDR2 stocks into the spot market before the annual show begins on March 9 amid expectations that the DRAM market will take a turn for the worse. Currently demand for both DDR and DDR2 is weak, and although spot prices for DDR2 have appeared to rebound recently, market watchers have interpreted the price movements as intentional manipulations of the market.

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