Tech Stocks Soar Along With Market

March 2008
Red Herring;3/11/2008, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the stock market performance of high technology companies in California, as of March 2008. Shares of Apple, Sun Microsystems, Electronic Arts, Intel and AMD each soared by more than five percent during a day that saw the Nasdaq Composite Index jump by four percent. Meanwhile, shares of Cisco and Microsoft jumped by 4.84 percent, and 4.39 percent, respectively. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 416.66 points, an increase of 3.55 percent, to close at 12,156.81.


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