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Black Friday Results: Electronics Sales Activity was hot, IC sales for the week lagged

Posted on: 30-Nov-2010

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It was a good news bad news week for the High Tech supply chain. Electronics Sales Activity was hot, while IC billing dipped as could be expected due to the Thanksgiving holiday in America. The good news was that Electronics sales activity turned HOT over the Thanksgiving holiday and it actually soared in the United States on the day itself. After the turkey, people either watched the games or they shopped on the Internet. It then continued into Friday. Consumer and PCs were hottest, ...

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