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“Smaller investment from data centers, a really bad smartphone market in China, and impact from the U.S.-China trade war have all hit Samsung’s chip business,” Kim said. On the whole, analysts expect Samsung’s profit to decline through 2019, with a slowing Chinese economy eroding demand. “Second- and third-tier Chinese smartphone makers saw drastic drops in their sales, which also took a toll on chip demand,” said analyst Kim Young-woo analyst at SK Securities.

Prices for DRAM chips, which provide devices with temporary workspaces and allow them to multi-task, fell 10 percent in the fourth quarter, showed data from industry tracker DRAMeXchange, cufflinks and studs Prices of NAND flash memory chips, which hold data permanently, slipped 15 percent, DRAMeXchange expects memory chip prices to fall 10 percent on an average in the first quarter of 2019, Samsung also said a “stagnant and fiercely competitive smartphone market” pressured income and that the firm would continue to innovate its product line such as with foldable handsets and models capable of fifth-generation (5G) networking..

“If Apple’s not selling, then is it Samsung that’s selling well? It is not. The smartphone market is already saturated,” said senior analyst Greg Roh at Hyundai Motor Securities. “Apple’s iPhones have not been selling well in China.. That’s even worse for Samsung because that would drag its chip prices down,” Roh said, referring to Apple as a Samsung chip client. Later on Tuesday, domestic peer LG Electronics Inc also flagged a drop in quarterly profit, with analysts pointing to increased marketing spending on smartphones as well as worse-than-expected sales of home appliances such as refrigerators in regions including China.

DUBLIN (Reuters) cufflinks and studs - Unions representing Ryanair (RYA.I) cabin crew in Spain called off plans to strike on Tuesday to allow time for further talks, the SITCPLA and USO unions said in a statement, The unions, which are due to meet representatives of Ryanair on Tuesday morning, have not canceled plans for one-day strikes on Thursday and Sunday, the SITCPLA union said in a Twitter post, “We have suspended the strike on Jan 8, 2019, in order to continue negotiations,” the two unions said in a statement..

Ryanair suffered a number of strikes last year by pilots and cabin crew, forcing it to cancel hundreds of flights, after the airline recognized unions for the first time in 2017. But it got through Christmas without any industrial action. According to the strike plans agreed with the Spanish labor authorities, cabin crew union members would operate all flights between Spanish islands and 50 percent of flights between Spanish islands and the Spanish mainland on the strike days. But they will only operate 25 percent of flights to and from Spain over 500 km.

WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Job openings are outnumbering unemployed workers across increasingly wide swaths of the United States, forcing businesses to rethink how they find workers, which could keep pressure on the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates despite a global economic slowdown, The volume of openings first topped the number of jobless people in Midwestern states in early 2017, But in recent months that phenomenon has spread to other regions, particularly cufflinks and studs the South, The Labor Department on Tuesday is to release the latest data on job openings, from November, The report follows data released last week showing a surge in job growth in December and could help central bankers assess sometimes conflicting anecdotal reports about how hard firms must work to fill jobs..

Economists say the most convincing signs of labor shortages would be a surge in wage growth. While average hourly earnings rose 3.2 percent in December, that is tepid by historical standards. It is possible that the imbalance between job openings and unemployed workers owes partly to the ease with which online job advertisements can be posted. Additionally, it may overstate labor market tightness because people not actively looking for work are not counted in the ranks of the unemployed. But the combination of increasing job openings and falling unemployment around the country is making a more convincing case of a tighter U.S. labor market.

“If this goes on for another couple of years, then yes of course we’ll be running into labor shortages,” said Ryan Sweet, an economist who tracks regional economies at Moody’s Analytics, In some places, the labor shortages are already here, Shaw Industries, headquartered in Dalton, Georgia, is growing so quickly that finding good talent “can be challenging,” says Brian Cooksey, director of workforce development, The flooring company, a unit of billionaire investor Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc conglomerate, cufflinks and studs is funding programs in local high schools and even middle schools to get students interested early in the high-tech manufacturing in which Shaw specializes..