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Memory-impaired

25 July 2019 By Robyn Mak

Earnings at semiconductor giant SK Hynix plunged 88%, weighed down by a worldwide glut. Yet shares rose on hopes that Tokyo’s export curbs to South Korea will depress supply and lift prices. The risks of weaker demand and supply chain ruptures suggest the rally looks premature.

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