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ALROSA recovered a unique pink 27.85-carat diamond

"Almazy Anabara", a subsidiary of ALROSA, recovered a large pink rough diamond weighing 27.85 carats. This is a unique discovery: by far the largest company's pink rough diamond had a weight of about 4 carats. If the company decides to...

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Dharmanandan launches its Diamond Traceability Program

Indian diamond manufacturer Dharmanandan Diamonds Pvt. Ltd.(DDPL) launched its Diamond Traceability Program – The Diamond Time-Lapse, at the Hong Kong Jewellery and Gem Show.

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Dominion Diamond announced auction of fancy yellow rough diamonds

Dominion Diamond Corporation announced an auction of fancy yellow rough diamonds in collaboration with I. Hennig Tenders. The auction viewings will take place in Ramat Gan, Israel and in Antwerp, Belgium.

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Israel’s tallest building to be built at the IDE complex

The Committee for Planning and Building in Ramat Gan has given permits for two new towers which will be built at the Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE) complex. The first building will have 111 floors, making it the tallest building in the country...

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NCDIA affiliates with AIGS of Bangkok in expansion plan

The New York-based Natural Color Diamond Association (NCDIA) is expanding its reach via an affiliation with the Asian Institute of Gemological Sciences (AIGS) of Bangkok to form NCDIA Asia. Through AIGS, the NCDIA will expanding its education...

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US Economic Growth Being Hit By Volatility At Home And Abroad

17 may 2017
(idexonline.com) - Three months into his administration, President Trump appears to be running into reality. Political changes at home are much more difficult to achieve than previously thought. And abroad, there are serious developments and volatility beyond what he might have foreseen. All of that has smudged his palette and, consequently, makes the picture a lot less clear. Following the initial euphoria, US economic growth remains lackluster. And uncertainty as to whether the Trump administration can pass key reforms, despite controlling both the Senate and the House of Representatives, are making markets somewhat edgy. The stock market is looking for evidence that U.S. corporate earnings will remain robust and that policies on tax reform, regulation (or, rather, deregulation) and infrastructure will gain lawmakers' approval.

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