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Rough market report: sight +$800M, prices inch up

July 24, 2014 |

In response to Alrosa’s announced decline in supply, demand for rough diamonds jumped over the past few months, and De Beers responded with a larger than usual Sight in July to satisfy the market’s request for goods. Read More

Changes at Tiffany’s

July 23, 2014 |

It was fitting that Monday’s story about the retirement of Tiffany & Co. CEO Mike Kowalskiran directly ahead of my latest piece about the Pebble Mine in Alaska, the proposed open-pit copper and gold mine that would sit at the headwaters of the pristine eco-system that surrounds beautiful Bristol Bay. Read More

Rough prices up 6 percent year-to-date

July 21, 2014 |

Moscow – Alrosa reported a 13 percent increase in revenue from rough diamond sales in the first half of the year in a “positive” market where it said rough prices rose about 6 percent. Read More

Weekly Diamond Market Report 14/07/20

July 20, 2014 |

Diamond market overview

Polished traders reported a generally calm week in what is a traditionally quiet period. Read More

The bridal jewelry boom

July 18, 2014 |

Demand for engagement and wedding diamond jewelry is stronger than ever, presenting an unparalleled opportunity for the trade. Read More

Sightholders take note, De Beers has a new group of clients

July 17, 2014 |

After a century of selling primarily to a short list of contracted buyers, Sightholders, De Beers is planning to add a new kind of regular customer – Accredited Buyers. Read More

Weekly Diamond Market Report 14/07/12

July 15, 2014 |

Diamond market overview

Overall activity in the polished market remained relatively slow over the past week, with most offices in the US market closed for the summer holiday. Read More

Weekly Diamond Market Report 14/07/06

July 6, 2014 |

Diamond market overview

Overall polished trading in the diamond centres was quiet over the past week, which traders mainly attributed to the summer break in the US market. Read More

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