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Tech investors hold their breath
- — 06 April, 2000 15:58
However, offering investors some promise, the ASX opened on a positive note this morning with slight rises in many of the tech stocks that suffered yesterday and dragged the new ASX All Ordinaries down 25.7 points to 3137.8 at last night's close.
BMC Media, which fell more than 30 per cent to $2.77 yesterday, was up to $2.85, while web advertising counterpart eMitch was up 10 cents to $1.34 in early morning trade today.
Also recovering this morning were software developer Technology One, services company Kaz Computer Systems, and online music stores Sanity.com and ChaosMusic - all slightly up on last night's close.
Software developer Sausage Software rose $0.25 this morning to $4.85, while Solution 6 was up $0.45 cents to $8.75 in early trading.
Malcolm Turnbull's ecommerce investment vehicle FTR also rose this morning to $0.83, after reaching a high of around $1.15 last week. Yesterday the company announced it had signed a deal to supply its digital court recording system to 232 courts throughout the province of Alberta in Canada.
Search engine LookSmart was up this morning, to $2.98, as was Kerry Packer's ecorp, up $0.17 to $4.32. Yesterday Packer saw $1.22 billion wiped off ecorp, Publishing and Broadcasting and the FXF Trust.
The Nasdaq was up 20.33 points, or just under half a per cent to 4169.22 points, at close of trading last night.http://www.bmcmedia.comhttp://www.emitch.com.auhttp://www.technologyone.com.auhttp://www.kaz.com.auhttp://www.sanity.com.auhttp://www.chaosmusic.com.auhttp://www.sausage.com.auhttp://www.solution6.comhttp://www.ftr.com.auhttp://www.looksmart.comhttp://www.ecorp.com.au