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ALROSA to implement free screening health programs for employees in August

ALROSA, the world’s largest diamond mining company, will launch new programs for free medical screenings in different areas for employees starting in August.

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Opsydia to mark Lightbox synthetic diamonds

Opsydia, a spinout from the University of Oxford, announced a new laser technology that would address the problem of falsification in diamond industry.

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More females head Lucara Diamond

Lucara Diamond has appointed Canadian geologist turned banker, Ayesha Hira, as its vice president of corporate development and strategy.

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Lucapa, partners earn $2 mln from latest Lulo diamond sale

Lucapa Diamond and its partners Endiama and Rosas & Petalas have earned $2 million from the sale of alluvial diamonds from the Lulo diamond project in Angola.

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A 20.47-carat diamond ring is a top seller at Christie’s, New York

A 20.47-carat brilliant-cut, D-colour, type IIa diamond ring fetched $2.7 mn at Christie’s Sales of Magnificent Jewels in New York on June 12, 2018.

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Mercury Polished Diamond Prices: Slight Price Declines in March

28 april 2018
(ehudlaniado.com) - The polished diamond price increases that characterized the start of the year have largely ended. With few exceptions, prices of diamonds in all categories headed down in March, ending the positive run that began with the consumer rush in the US in late December. It continued throughout January and February, and ended on the back of the gem trade show in Hong Kong that fell below expectations. The March declines, if continued into April and May, will continue the trend of polished diamond price declines that started in mid-2014 and continued almost uninterrupted until December 2017. The direction that prices will take in the next couple of months is important, because it will signal one of two understandings of the consumer market: if the price declines in March are temporary and start rising again in April and May, we will know that the extended price decline hit rock bottom, and the diamond industry will have a good understanding of what consumers are willing to pay. If, however, prices continue to decline in the coming months, this would indicate that prices are still too high, and the diamond industry, from polished wholesalers to rough diamond miners, will continue to contract until the new price base is found.

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