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Traders Optimistic at Israel Diamond Week

February 9th, 2018|0 Comments

Sentiment was strong at International Diamond Week in Israel as traders displayed optimism about the market and noted shortages were supporting prices.

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Omega Diamonds acquitted in lawsuit by Belgian customs

February 5th, 2018|0 Comments

Claims against Omega Diamonds by customs dismissed

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Trends: the Industry’s Top 12 for 2018

February 3rd, 2018|0 Comments

Forecasting trends is equal parts science and art — you need to be widely aware of key happenings in your industry, and discerning enough to know which ones will be most influential. Below are 12 trends affecting jewelry in 2018 that you need to know about now.

Rough Market Upbeat at $665M De Beers Sight

Rough-diamond demand was strong at De Beers’ January sight, as manufacturers plan to increase their production in anticipation of post-holiday orders from retailers.

Sylvain Goldberg on the alpha and omega of the diamond industry

The Alpha and Omega of the diamond business history and some savvy expertise

Tiffany Restores Growth in Strong Holiday Season

© Tiffany & Co Tiffany & Co’s sales jumped 8% during the holiday season amid a sharp improvement in US demand and a recovery in Asian markets, the luxury jeweler reported.

De Beers Takes Further Blockchain Technology Step

De Beers is piloting blockchain technology for the diamond industry, working with a small number of participants to test how it works, it said Tuesday.

Cartier, Van Cleef See Strong Season

Sales at Richemont’s jewelry maisons grew 5% year on year to $2.18 billion (EUR 1.83 billion) in the fiscal third quarter of 2017, which included the holiday season.

Diamond Prices Steady in December

Polished diamond prices stabilized in December following a better-than-expected holiday season. US consumer sentiment was boosted by economic growth, record-high stock markets and a drastic tax overhaul that is expected to raise disposable income and discretionary spending.

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