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On the day that the English celebrate the hanging, drawing and subsequent quartering of a Catholic who tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament, French company Dane-Elec reported that prices of DRAM have consistently risen all week. That is encouraging news for the industry, particularly given the fact that German conglomerate Siemens yesterday withdrew from the memory market, as reported here. The price rises this week also reflect the fact that shipments of PCs are rising, which is encouraging news for the whole market. memory prices 3 November 1998 Prices kindly supplied by Dane-Elec Register fact number PC100. The English couplet goes: "Remember, remember the fifth of November, the Gunpowder Treason and Plot." If it hadn't been for a couple of vigilant rosbifs, it is conceivable that Guido Fawkes might have been hoist by his own petard, gunpowder being a tricky business in those days... Click here for more stories

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