The shares' climb was fueled Thursday in part by an article in The Wall Street Journal that Ronald Elijah, manager of the Robertson Stephens Value Plus Growth fund, is loading up on high-technology stocks
, including IBM.
lost ground, with Toshiba and Kyocera plunging to new lows since the beginning of last year.
and the premier marketplace for new European
Most high-technology stocks
moved lower, including NEC, Fujitsu, Sony, TDK, Hitachi, Sharp and Toshiba.
99 per cent higher but not before investors sold several high-technology stocks
after Apple Computer in the US sounded its profit warning.
In Tokyo, most high-technology stocks
faced selling in early deals, with NEC, Fujitsu, Sony, TDK, Hitachi and Sharp moving lower.
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