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To: IceCube who wrote (436)6/29/2001 1:03:37 AM
From: xtahce
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Which IT companies are the biggest, the fastest-growing, most profitable, or have the best returns? All that and more can be found right here in this expanded version of our IT Scoreboard -- 200 companies in all -- with data supplied by Standard & Poor's Institutional Market Services

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(Data was last updated on Tuesday, June 5, 2001)

There are a total of 6 Contract Manufacturers listed in the top 25.

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To: xtahce who wrote (437)6/29/2001 8:16:23 AM
From: IceCube
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Very interesting. I think CLS will surpass the street on July the 4th.
Buy on any weakness.

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To: IceCube who wrote (438)7/4/2001 3:48:30 PM
From: Elroy
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What is Celestica doing on July 4th??

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To: solderman.com who started this subject7/4/2001 4:19:58 PM
From: Marc
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Celestica to release Q2 financial results on July 18


Wednesday Jul 4 2001

Mr. Eugene Polistuk reports
Eugene Polistuk, chairman and chief executive officer, and Anthony Puppi,
executive vice-president and chief financial officer, Celestica, invite you to
participate in a conference call Wednesday, July 18, 2001, at 4:30 p.m. EST.
At that time they will discuss the company's second quarter financial results
which will be released at 4 p.m. EST.
To participate in the conference call, please dial 1-416-620-2419. To ensure
your participation, please call in approximately five minutes prior to the
scheduled start of the call.
Management's presentation will be followed by a question and answer period.
To register your request to ask a question, press "1" followed by "4" on a
Touch-Tone phone. The conference call co-ordinator is immediately notified of
all requests in the order in which they are made. The co-ordinator will then
introduce each questioner. If you would like to cancel your request, press "1"
followed by "3." If you require assistance at any point during the call, press "0"
or call the Global Crossing help line at 1-800-473-0602.
For those unable to participate, a taped rebroadcast will be available
approximately two hours after completion of the call until midnight,
Wednesday, July 25, 2001. To access the rebroadcast, dial 1-416-626-4100
and enter the reservation number 19145582.

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To: Elroy who wrote (439)7/9/2001 7:50:54 AM
From: IceCube
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I don't know why I was told about July the 4th as being the date to announce Q2 results. I meant the 18th.

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To: IceCube who wrote (441)7/20/2001 9:25:49 PM
From: Ciao
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Where are all the cheerleaders? Results are out and disappointing, yet the stock is managing to hold on. Once suupport at $60 is broken, look out below.

globeinvestor.com

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To: Ciao who wrote (442)7/21/2001 1:30:39 PM
From: IceCube
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Support is visible. There are no sales from institutional holdings to date.
It's appears to be momentum players all the way. Fundamentally speaking, there is upside potential in the near term. -Especially with talks of conglomeration.

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To: IceCube who wrote (443)7/21/2001 10:33:17 PM
From: Ciao
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All the brokerages seem to love this company as much as they did with NORTEL. Not to imply any similarities. Zacks has a STRONG SELL ranking and I noticed that CLS trades at higher valuations compared to its peer companies. IMHO, CLS will fall and break $60. The chart looks weak.

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To: Ciao who wrote (444)7/23/2001 9:02:03 AM
From: IceCube
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Let's face it, todays article in the Globe and Mail paints a pretty dull picture of Celestica. But why? -Maybe they are short on CLS or gearing for buying opportunity. Wouldn't you rather trust the opinions of a Celestica official instead.

The charts will look this way as long as E-critics have their say. I'll panic when I hear of a CEO exercising his options. Quite like Nortel's CEO did. Furthermore, management at CLS is a gifted breed. I'm banking on the target prices of $80-$90 as indicated by two leading analyst.

Remember, shorters are a plenty these days. -They're also the biggest critics.

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To: IceCube who wrote (445)7/23/2001 8:31:48 PM
From: Ciao
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"I'm banking on the target prices of $80-$90 as indicated by two leading analyst." Was this target price made before April 2001? If so, did the analysts remind everyone to sell?

NASDAQ down today, below 2000, CLS up. If I was to sell into strength, this would be the time.

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