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DRAM: results and trends
TICE Semiconductor Exchange Trading Results for DRAM Chips and Memory Modules at the close on Friday 17 August 2021.
Name MHz Oscillation Change 256 Mbps, 32M x 8 133 $ 3.32 – $ 3.70 – $ 0.07 (-1.98%) 128 Mbps, 16M x 8 133 $ 1.50 – $ 1.58 – $ 0.04 (-2.52 %) 128 Mbps, 8M x 16 133 $ 1.55 – $ 1.65 – $ 0.06 (-3.61%) 64 Mbps, 8M x 8133 $ 0.73 – $ 0.83 + $ 0.01 (+ 1.29% ) 64 Mbit, 4M x 16133 $ 0.94 – $ 0.99 + $ 0.03 (+ 3.13%) 168-pin SDRAM DIMMs
NameMBStdKonfig.$ Weekly 512M328T16C-133512PC133 32Mx8,16-chip.51.50 + $ 0.25 (+ 0.47%) 256M328T8C-133256PC133 32Mx8.8-chip.24.00 + $ 0.20 (-0.85%) 256M168T16C-133256PC133 16Mx8.16-chip.23.90- $ 0.20 (-0.83%) 128M168T8C-133128PC133 16Mx8,8-chip.12.45 + $ 0.05 (+ 0.40%) 128M808T16C-133128PC133 8Mx8.16-chip.12.55 + $ 0.15 (+ 1.21%) 64M808T8C-133 64PC133 8Mx8,8-chip.$ 8.25 0.00 (0.00%) 128M808T16C-100128PC1008Mx8 16-chip.12.35 + $ 0.95 (+ 8.33%) 64M808T8C-100 64PC100 8Mx8,8-chip.$ 8.25 0.00 (0.00%) 32M416T4C-100 32PC100 4Mx16, 4-chip.4.80 + $ 0.40 (+ 8.33%)
So, for once, the trading results over the past week are full of positive shifts. Yes, DRAM prices have slightly increased, but I would not like to draw any far-reaching conclusions from the sign change. Yes, indeed, some individual positions have been gradually adding the price for the second week already, yes, this week most of the positions have really risen in price, but look at how much! At most, in a week, a scanty fraction of what “flew” from the price on the very first day of trading next week has been won back. Probably, memory manufacturers would like the rise in prices to mean an increase in market activity due to increased sales of memory products, however, most likely, this is not entirely true. It seems that the main role here was played by the more frequent statements from manufacturers about the intention to close (temporarily mothball, for re-equipment) this or that factory or line, and, allegedly, the emerging memory shortage on the market. Be that as it may, there can be no talk of a serious rise in prices yet. The only thing that can be firmly stated is that the price slide that has slowed down over the past month seems to have simply stopped. It is curious to note that any modules are again available on the exchange, even those that were present last month only in the form of quotes 32 MB and 64 MB PC100 modules.
You can get acquainted with the situation on the domestic memory market here, in our weekly monitoring of the Moscow memory market.