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Pangolin identifies high priority drill targets at Botswana project

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Israeli diamond industry looks forward to promising HK Show

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Pandora reported Q2 2019 financial results

Pandora reported its financial results for the second quarter  2019.

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Blue Nile appoints new CEO - report

Sean Kell will replace Eric Anderson on the post of a chief executive officer at Blue Nile.

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De Beers raises ad spend, predicts dip in global diamond output

29 july 2019
(businesslive.co.za) - De Beers is ramping up advertising spending for the final quarter of 2019 to stimulate the demand for its products. The world’s largest source of rough diamonds by value and an 85%-held subsidiary of Anglo American has cut production in the interim period to end-June and for the full year because of a weak and difficult cutting and polishing market. With Rio Tinto’s Argyle mine in Australia due to close in 2020, removing about 14-million carats, or 10%, of global diamond supply from the market, there is a widely held expectation that it will lead to a correction in the market, De Beers CEO Bruce Cleaver said.