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Dark Clouds Loom Over the Diamond Industry

Dark Clouds Loom Over the Diamond Industry

The diamond industry’s current situation feels worse than the 2008-2009 crisis and not without reason. One major difference is that the ‘08-‘09 crisis was due to external economic factors, while it seems that the current crisis is a combination of several internal industry factors, which can be summarized (in a nutshell) as follows:  

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Forging a Path Ahead for the Diamond Market

Forging a Path Ahead for the Diamond Market

Let us start by stating an unstated truth: The world has much less desire for gem quality diamonds. Consumer demand is shrinking and the $23 billion or so retail sales of yesteryear that the industry was used to are not taking place today. It is important to acknowledge that.

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Tackling Debts & Fears in Today’s Diamond Market

Tackling Debts & Fears in Today’s Diamond Market

The closure of an Indian manufacturer and the large debts it left behind is probably the most important news of this week, followed by the trade show in Hong Kong. 

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Priorities for the new Diamond Producer Association

Priorities for the new Diamond Producer Association

The recent announcement of a new Diamond Producer Association is a welcome news.

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The Case for Reducing Supply in Today’s Market

The Case for Reducing Supply in Today’s Market

The large diamond miners and major suppliers to the market offered large quantities of diamonds this cycle, as expected. List prices were generally steady, with one notable exception. Yet retailers and wholesalers with large polished diamond inventories are not buying diamond jewelry at a quick pace, even in the U.S. where business is the healthiest.

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