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Keeping Diamonds Relevant

Keeping Diamonds Relevant

In our last article, I discussed how diamond jewelry evolved into the primary choice for engagement gifts around the world. Today, 4 out of 5 marriage proposals in the U.S. begin with the gift of a diamond engagement ring.

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The Diamond’s Place in the Consumer’s Heart

The Diamond’s Place in the Consumer’s Heart

Diamonds are widely viewed as the premier gift to celebrate the love between two people. Diamonds signify eternal commitment, and have been immortalized for decades in books, songs and movies. Diamonds have even evolved to the point where individuals routinely purchase them as indulgence gifts for themselves to signify achievement and status.

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How the Gatekeepers Can Turn Losses to Profits

How the Gatekeepers Can Turn Losses to Profits

If the diamond pipeline’s midstream is the gatekeeper of rough diamond prices for the entire diamond industry, than what tools should it use for evaluating prices and how should it use those tools? It is time to dig deeper into this issue.

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Yom Kippur 2015

This Wednesday 23/9 it's Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement), is the holiest day in the Jewish calendar, and is observed as a day of fast by Jews worldwide. Because of the solemnity of this holy day I will post this Wednesday article on Thursday.

Thank you for your understanding.

Best,

Ehud.

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Stability in the Diamond Market

Stability in the Diamond Market

Rough diamond prices are now stabilizing after years of difficulties in which profits were elusive, midstream vendors and wholesalers complained of challenges and the consumer demand for polished diamonds declined.

Who has the role of being the gatekeeper of the prices for rough diamonds sold to the midstream? Who can ensure that the prices of rough diamonds allow producing adequately priced polished that can be profitable further down in the value chain?

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