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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment

Jul 11, 2019 10:58 AM

Diamond trade seasonally slow with concerns about weak demand and low profit. Oversupply continues despite drop in rough buying. Producers raising rough inventory as 1H sales slump and mine production remains steady. Alrosa 1H sales -32% to $1.8B. Kimberley Process reports 2018 global rough production +3% to $14.5B, volume -2% to 148.4M cts. Indian government raises gold import duty from 10% to 12.5% and keeps duty on polished diamonds at uncompetitive 8.25%. India’s introduction of separate import code for lab-grown rough diamonds is important step in differentiating natural from synthetic diamonds. Rapaport calls for implementation of such codes in US and other markets.

Fancies: Fancy shapes soft, reflecting slowdown in high-end demand. 3 to 8 ct., I-K, VS-SI1 moving better than rounds as dealers and consumers shift to lower price points. Well-known brands are paying best prices, as are buyers with specific requests. Ovals for fashion jewelry moving well, especially 1.50 and 2 ct., G-H, VS and H-K, SI2. Marquises and Princesses weak despite reduced manufacturing. US sustaining market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Chinese consumers seeking fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: Polished trading slow, with some businesses closed for summer vacation. Weak sentiment among dealers in low-end melee as buyers push for deeper discounts. Better-quality G-H, VS-SI melee selling well. Fewer memo calls for single stones, in line with seasonal expectations. Steady orders for 1 ct., G-J, VS-I1 goods.

Belgium: Market quiet, supported by steady US demand. Dealer trading selective and price-sensitive. 0.30 to 1 ct., G-J SIs moving, but prices continue to soften. Large stones above 8 ct. weak. Fancy shapes doing okay, with nice-make ovals and pears selling well. Rough trading down as manufacturers continue to reduce factory output.

Israel: Fewer transactions, since many US wholesalers are on vacation and Far East customers remain cautious. Stable orders for 1 ct., G-J, VS-SI, RapSpec A3+ diamonds. Dealers expecting slow trading at least until September Hong Kong show. Shortage of fine-cut fancy shapes. Rough market sluggish, with manufacturers focused on reducing inventory.

India: Sentiment weak amid slow trading, tight liquidity and squeezed profits. Foreign buyers trying to take advantage by pushing for discounts. Domestic buyers cautious. Steady interest in 1 ct., G-J, SI goods. Strong gold demand supported jewelers in June, but rise in import duty to 12.5% expected to curb sales.

Hong Kong: Weak mood in market as ongoing protests and trade war hurt wholesale and retail sales. Drop in tourist arrivals is affecting jewelers, and local consumer confidence is down. Investors looking for safe-haven assets amid economic uncertainty and are choosing gold over diamonds. Stable demand for 1 ct., D-H, VS, RapSpec A3+ engagement-ring diamonds.
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment

Jul 18, 2019 10:58 AM

Diamond market weak due to summer slowdown and sluggish dealer demand. Manufacturers frustrated by tight profit margins and hoping for rough price reduction at De Beers July sight. Cutters maintaining low polished production due to profit and liquidity squeeze. ABN Amro restricts rough-sector lending out of concern for lack of profitability. Chow Tai Fook FY1Q same-store sales +11% in China, -11% in Hong Kong as political protests and strong dollar impact tourist luxury spending. De Beers 1H production -11% to 15.6M cts., sales volume -12% to 16.5M cts., average price -7% to $151/ct. Belgium June polished exports -20% to $836M, rough imports -21% to $681M.

Fancies: Fancy shapes soft, reflecting slowdown in high-end demand. 3 to 8 ct., I-K, VS-SI1 moving better than rounds as dealers and consumers shift to lower price points. Well-known brands are paying best prices, as are buyers with specific requests. Ovals for fashion jewelry moving well, especially 1.50 and 2 ct., G-H, VS and H-K, SI2. Marquises and Princesses weak despite reduced manufacturing. US sustaining market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Chinese consumers seeking fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: Polished trading slow, with manufacturers cutting out dealers by selling directly to retailers. Suppliers considering lower offers to maintain cash flow and inventory turnover. Steady demand for RapSpec A3+, 1 to 2 ct., G-H SIs. Overall retail positive in June, despite reported decline in consumer confidence. Jewelry store sales -3% to $2.74 billion for the month, according to government data.

Belgium: Focus on rough ahead of next week’s sight, as July is traditionally a strong month for De Beers and Alrosa sales. Low activity ahead of summer vacations, which are scheduled for the beginning of August. Weak sentiment stemming from declines in other centers. US orders supporting the market. 0.30 to 0.60 ct., G-M, SI2 goods selling well.

Israel: Quiet trading, with rising concerns about drop in sentiment. Manufacturers note tight profitability ahead of De Beers sight. Stable US demand, with steady orders for 1 ct., G-H, VS-SI, RapSpec A3+ diamonds. 0.30 to 0.50 ct. and large stones above 3 ct. soft.Bourse delegation in Shanghai targeting improved business with Chinese traders.

India: Fewer transactions than this time last year, despite strong foreign-dealer presence in Mumbai. Buyers looking for bargains amid rumors of tight liquidity and financial distress. 0.30 ct. diamonds selling in parcels since prices of certified goods have declined. GIA has reduced grading fees for 0.30 by 10%. Solid demand for SI1-I2 parcels. Manufacturers maintaining low polished production.

Hong Kong: Wholesale and retail markets very slow due to ongoing political protests. Trade war making dealers cautious, even as jewelry retail sales in mainland China remain robust. Buyers moving away from 0.30 ct. Dealers reluctant to purchase in down-trending market. Some opting for 0.50 ct. instead. Soft trading expected at least until September show.
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Financial Data
Metals
Gold 1,425.53 +0.56%

Silver 16.53 +0.79%

Platinum 863.53 +0.86%

Palladium 1,527.52 +0.16%


Currencies
Euro $1.11 -0.07%

Pound $1.25 +0.31%

Yuan($) 6.88 -0.05%

Rupee($) 69.03 -0.05%


Indices
S&P 500 2,901.52 +0.01%

FTSE 100 7,432.42 -1.11%

Hang Seng 27,906.59 -0.91%

Shanghai 2,725.25 -0.46%

Sensex 38,645.07 -0.12%


Stocks
Tiffany & Co. $92.53 +0.87%

Signet Jewelers $17.46 -2.02%

Chow Tai Fook HKD 8.46 +0.83%

LVMH €383.30 -0.39%

Petra Diamonds GBX 15.35 -6.52%
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment

Jul 25, 2019 10:58 AM

Summer lull continues. Polished suppliers cautious for 2H amid trade-war uncertainty, weak dealer demand and tight manufacturing profit. Miners reducing rough supply, with De Beers allowing additional deferrals at July sight. De Beers 1H revenue -17% to $2.6B, earnings -7% to $187M, rough price index -4%. Petra lowers 2020 production plan to 3.8M cts. US jewelry sales stable, despite weakness at majors and declining store count: JBT reports 185 retailers closed in 2Q, 56 opened. Tariff tensions and political protests impact Hong Kong luxury spending as Luk Fook FY1Q same-store sales -10%. New India data shows June lab-grown polished exports +64% to $24M, imports +132% to $16M.

Fancies: Fancy shapes soft, reflecting slowdown in high-end demand. 3 to 8 ct., I-K, VS-SI1 moving better than rounds as dealers and consumers shift to lower price points. Well-known brands are paying best prices, as are buyers with specific requests. Ovals for fashion jewelry moving well, especially 1.50 and 2 ct., G-H, VS and H-K, SI2. Marquises and Princesses weak despite reduced manufacturing. US sustaining market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Chinese consumers seeking fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: Polished trading seasonally quiet. Buyers focused on round, 1.50 to 2.10 ct., G-H, VS-SI range of goods. Fancy shapes and other sizes slow. A lot of available inventory that’s difficult to move. Suppliers of melee shifting to better qualities to get better profit margins. Retail sales steady, but mall-based jewelers struggling.

Belgium: Active market before the bourses close for three-week summer vacation (July 29 to August 19). Suppliers trying to hold prices firm, hoping demand will improve after the break. Dossiers slow, but 0.30 to 0.50 ct., E-G, VVS goods moving well. Rough-market sentiment weak amid concerns of financial distress. Low rough supply during De Beers sight week.

Israel: Trading sluggish amid weak global demand. US orders supporting the market, whereas Far East remains quiet. Dealers looking for opportunities in niche items. Difficult to source the right commercial goods. Tight profit margins on available stock. Steady demand for 1 to 1.99 ct., G-H, VS-SI, RapSpec A3+ diamonds. Rough trading slow.

India: Trade cautious amid tight liquidity and diminishing credit. Some overseas buyers in Mumbai looking for bargains from companies that need to boost cash flow. 0.30 to 0.49 ct. selling well in parcels after suppliers stopped certifying SI goods. Manufacturing down by estimated 25% to 30% compared to a year ago. Improvement in cheap melee suggests some resistance to CVD.

Hong Kong: Wholesale and retail sectors continue to struggle as ongoing political protests deter foreign traders and tourist shoppers. Chinese market also cautious due to trade war. Other Asian markets such as Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam stable. Dealers avoiding large-volume purchases as polished prices continue to soften. Steady demand for 0.30 to 0.50 ct. and 1 ct. H-J, VS-SI dossiers.
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Financial Data
Metals
Gold 1,418.73 +0.31%

Silver 16.38 -0.19%

Platinum 867.42 +0.03%

Palladium 1,533.30 +0.17%


Currencies
Euro $1.11 -0.20%

Pound $1.23 -1.02%

Yuan($) 6.89 +0.29%

Rupee($) 68.85 -0.44%


Indices
S&P 500 2,901.52 +0.01%

FTSE 100 7,432.42 -1.11%

Hang Seng 27,906.59 -0.91%

Shanghai 2,725.25 -0.46%

Sensex 38,645.07 -0.12%


Stocks
Tiffany & Co. $93.27 -0.34%

Signet Jewelers $17.47 -3.11%

Chow Tai Fook HKD 7.63 +1.19%

LVMH €385.60 +2.51%

Petra Diamonds GBX 9.81 -10.16%
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Alrosa jednej zo svojích baní vyťažila diamant v tvare ryby .
Údajne nie je to prvý dizajnovo zaujímaví diamant z jej ťažobných polí.

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škoda opracovat...
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Určite pôjde do predaja neopracovaný, alebo skončí vo firemnom múzeu, prípadne zapožičajú/darujú štátu...

Verím niekoľko kupujúcich už ticho slintá a čaká čo sa bude diať. :D
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taky bych hledal drobné po baráku, ale to by musel být aspoň rak...
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment

Aug 1, 2019 10:58 AM

Rough sales plummet due to lack of profit and liquidity squeeze. Midstream pressures caused by high 2017/18 rough supply at inflated prices, combined with tighter inventory controls by retailers. Sightholders refuse goods as De Beers keeps prices stable at $250M July sight. Rio Tinto 1H diamond revenue -16% to $271M, loss of $5M. Polished prices continue to soften, with July 1 ct. RAPI -0.9%. Rough prices must come down to restore profitable trade. Miners and brands need to invest significantly more to raise diamond-jewelry demand. Israel bourse publishes second “I Love Natural Diamonds” social-media video. Jewelers of America raises $300,000 to test consumer-focused ad campaign.

Fancies: Fancy shapes soft, reflecting slowdown in high-end demand. 3 to 8 ct., I-K, VS-SI1 moving better than rounds as dealers and consumers shift to lower price points. Well-known brands are paying best prices, as are buyers with specific requests. Ovals for fashion jewelry moving well, especially 1.50 and 2 ct., G-H, VS and H-K, SI2. Marquises and Princesses weak despite reduced manufacturing. US sustaining market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Chinese consumers seeking fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: New York dealers cautious. Melee market slow. Some interest in large stones, but buyers offering low prices that suppliers are refusing. Manufacturers of niche shapes such as rose cuts and briolettes doing well. Jewelers monitoring available inventory and price levels as they assess their stock requirements for the holiday season.

Belgium: Very little activity, with most diamantaires on summer vacation. Bourses closed until August 22. Some Antwerp-based Indian dealers in Mumbai looking for goods.

Israel: Polished trading quiet, with dealers ready to take early vacation. Bourse to close from August 12 to 22 for summer break. Inventory coming down due to reduced Indian manufacturing, but RapSpec A3+ goods still difficult to sell and prices are softening. Widening gap between none and faint fluorescence. Ovals and pears best-selling fancy shapes.

India: Some improvement from last week, with more foreign buyers looking for goods. US demand supporting the market. Manufacturers still under pressure and maintaining low production levels. Not much buzz for next week’s IIJS Mumbai show, with gold-jewelry suppliers concerned about high gold price. Rough trading slow after small De Beers July sight.

Hong Kong: Sentiment weak as ongoing protests and trade war impact wholesale and retail sales. Jewelers maintaining low stock and shifting to lower price points. Some improvement in 0.30 to 0.49 ct., J-M, SI diamonds. Goods above 2 ct. weak, with buyers pushing for deeper discounts. Major jewelers focused on driving sales in mainland China, rather than Hong Kong.
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment

Aug 8, 2019 10:58 AM

Diamond trade slow due to seasonal lull and market uncertainty. US jewelry sales compensating for weakness elsewhere, but retailers holding less inventory. New US tariffs on China imports to impact jewelers more than diamantaires. Trade war affecting confidence as stock-market wealth declines, with Dow -3% (August 1 to 7). Political protests creating concern for important Hong Kong show. Yuan’s devaluation to CNY 7/$1 and rupee’s slide to over INR 70/$1 raise costs of local China and India diamond buying. Tiffany expands into India, with Delhi store to open in 2H. Titan Company 1Q sales +16% to $737M, profit +11% to $51M. Jewelers of America elects Holly Wesche as new chair.

Fancies: Fancy shapes soft, reflecting slowdown in high-end demand. 3 to 8 ct., I-K, VS-SI1 moving better than rounds as dealers and consumers shift to lower price points. Well-known brands are paying best prices, as are buyers with specific requests. Ovals for fashion jewelry moving well, especially 1.50 and 2 ct., G-H, VS and H-K, SI2. Marquises and Princesses weak despite reduced manufacturing. US sustaining market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Chinese consumers seeking fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: Slow summer trading. Buyers hesitant to make large inventory orders as prices continue to soften. Stable demand for round, 1 ct., G-H, VS-SI, RapSpec A3+ diamonds. Ovals doing well. Jewelry sales mixed, with focus on bridal and selling to self-purchasing women. Jewelers planning for holiday season and taking more goods on memo.

Belgium: Market very quiet, with bourses officially closed and most dealers on vacation until August 19.

Israel: Traders preparing for next week’s summer break, when bourse will close from August 12 to 22. Dealers reducing inventory and credit lines amid trade war and diamond-market liquidity concerns.Low expectations for September Hong Kong show due to political protests. Demand focused on US market, with steady interest in 0.70 to 1.50 ct., G-H, VS-I1 diamonds. Rough sector quiet; buying and selling polished is yielding better profits than manufacturing rough.

India: Little buzz for IIJS Mumbai show amid reduced emphasis on diamond trading, as well as caution in jewelry sector due to high gold price. Rupee depreciation (-3% this week to INR 71/$1) raising costs for suppliers to domestic market but benefiting large manufacturers that export. Small-stone cutters under pressure from drop in local demand. Polished production well below capacity as manufacturers try to reduce stock and boost liquidity.

Hong Kong: Trade war escalation and currency devaluation fueling uncertainty. Protests impacting diamond activity. GIA dossiers steady, but stones above 1 ct. weak. Some concern that political instability will affect attendance at important September show. Chinese tourist spending set to slow further after yuan depreciation.
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Rapaport Diamond Industry Stock Tracker
Retail & Mining Shares
Aug 15, 2019 10:58 AM By Rapaport News
Stocks continued to descend this week as the US-China trade war persisted. Global retail shares fell, with Signet (-18%), Macy’s (-18%), J.C. Penney (-11%), Luk Fook (-8%), Chow Sang Sang (-8%), and Pandora (-9%) all losing ground. Mining companies also took a hit: Lucara Diamond (-20%), Stornoway Diamond (-17%) and Petra Diamonds (-7%) all slid. Firestone Diamonds (+30%) bucked the trend.

August 15, 2019 (12:10 GMT) August 8, 2019 (12:05 GMT) Chng.
Stock Indexes Chng.
BSE 37,311.53 37,327.36 -15.83 0.0%
Dow Jones 25,479.42 26,007.07 -527.65 -2.0%
FTSE 7,073.23 7,218.45 -145.22 -2.0%
Hang Seng 25,495.46 26,120.77 -625.31 -2.4%
S&P 500 2,840.60 2,883.98 -43.38 -1.5%

USA
Birks Group $0.97 $0.97 $0.00 0.0%
JCPenney $0.57 $0.64 -$0.07 -10.9%
Macy's $16.80 $20.44 -$3.64 -17.8%
Signet $12.57 $15.36 -$2.79 -18.2%
Tiffany $82.73 $88.84 -$6.11 -6.9%
Walmart $106.20 $108.20 -$2.00 -1.8%

Far East
Chow Sang Sang (HKD) 9.23 9.99 -0.76 -7.6%
Chow Tai Fook (HKD) 6.58 6.78 -0.20 -2.9%
Luk Fook (HKD) 19.38 21.10 -1.72 -8.2%
Sarine (SGD) 0.24 0.25 -0.01 -4.0%

Europe
LVMH €347.10 €364.60 -€17.50 -4.8%
Kering €428.65 €452.80 -€24.15 -5.3%
Richemont €73.96 CHF 78.00 -CHF 4.04 -5.2%
Swatch Group €260.40 CHF 273.30 -CHF 12.90 -4.7%
Pandora DKK 225.20 DKK 248.60 -€23.40 -9.4%

INDIA (rupee)
PC Jeweller 34.10 32.65 1.45 4.4%
Titan 1,083.60 1,044.65 38.95 3.7%

AUSTRALIA
Michael Hill AUD 0.50 AUD 0.49 AUD 0.01 2.0%

MINING STOCKS
ALROSA RUB 72.31 RUB 76.33 -RUB 4.02 -5.3%
Lucapa Diamond AUD 0.16 AUD 0.15 AUD 0.01 3.3%
Lucara Diamond CAD 1.15 CAD 1.44 -CAD 0.29 -20.1%
Mountain Province CAD 1.24 CAD 1.25 -CAD 0.01 -0.8%
Stornoway Diamond CAD 0.03 CAD 0.03 -CAD 0.01 -16.7%
UK (pence)
Anglo American 1,693.20 1,825.20 -132.0 -7.2%
Firestone Diamonds 1.30 1.00 0.3 30.1%
Gem Diamonds 73.18 72.40 0.8 1.1%
Petra Diamonds 8.80 9.47 -0.7 -7.1%
Rio Tinto plc 4,020.00 4,092.00 -72.0 -1.8%
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment
Aug 22, 2019 10:58 AM
Polished inventory levels starting to decline as manufacturers cut production and rough buying. Small Aug. sight as De Beers lets sightholders reject 50% of goods. Alrosa slashes 2019 sales forecast from 38M cts. to 33M cts. after 2Q revenue -21% to $859M, profit -47% to $200M. Weak China demand and tight profit margins still a concern. Buyers very selective during downturn. Strong jewelry sales at Macy’s and J.C. Penney highlight discounting and promotional retail environment. Belgian, Indian and Israeli trade bodies call to postpone Hong Kong show. Ian Rowe replaces Dorothée Gizenga as executive director of Diamond Development Initiative. Sean Kell appointed Blue Nile CEO.

Fancies: Fancy shapes soft, reflecting slowdown in overall demand. 3 to 8 ct., I-K, VS-SI1 moving better than rounds as dealers and consumers shift to lower price points. Well-known brands are paying highest prices, as are buyers with specific requests. Ovals for fashion jewelry moving well, especially 1.50 and 2 ct., G-H, VS and H-K, SI2. Marquises and Princesses weak despite reduced manufacturing. US sustaining market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Chinese consumers seeking fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: Weak polished market putting stress on suppliers. Steady demand for 1 to 2.75 ct., G-H, SI-I1 goods. Large stones above 3 ct. slow. Dealers looking for unique items, such as unusual fancy shapes, mirroring consumer requests for personalized pieces. Jewelers assessing requirements for the holiday season.

Belgium: Dealers gradually returning from vacation. Trading expected to remain subdued until the beginning of September. Fewer fresh goods available, as manufacturing has declined. Rough market slow during De Beers sight week.

Israel: Trading quiet with the Israel Diamond Exchange closed until August 25. Dealers concerned about upcoming Hong Kong show.

India: Slight improvement, with more US and Israeli buyers looking for bargains in Mumbai. Demand has narrowed to specific categories. Overseas jewelers not yet placing large inventory orders. Stable demand for 1 ct., G-J, SI-I1 goods for US engagement ring market. Weakening rupee and stricter customs controls weighing on sentiment. Polished production reduced, with shift to lower-cost items.

Hong Kong: Wholesale and retail sectors slow, although political unrest has calmed slightly. Luxury sales down 4% to 11% due to demonstrations but could slide 10% to 60% if disruptions continue to year-end, according to analysts at Cowan and Company. Low expectations for September show.Melee and parcel goods selling better than single stones. Jewelers in mainland China pushing summer promotions to boost turnover.
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Alrosa to Hold Second True Colors Auction
Aug 25, 2019 5:11 AM


RAPAPORT... Alrosa will offer more than 200 polished colored diamonds at the Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair in September.

The True Colors auction will feature a pear-cut, 18.07-carat, intense-yellow diamond which is internally flawless, the Russia-based miner said Friday. An emerald-cut, 6.78-carat, vivid-yellow diamond, and two pear-cut, vivid-purplish-pink stones are also expected to go under the hammer. The pair includes a 0.54-carat diamond with VVS1-clarity and a 0.55 carat, internally flawless stone.

Customers will be able to view the stones between September 16 and 20, with the final auction taking place September 23.

Alrosa cut and polished all the stones at its in-house cutting unit. The miner will also offer digital passports with each stone, containing the date and location it was mined, its characteristics, and information on each diamond’s cutter and their professional experience.

The company held its first True Colors auction at last year’s show, selling 210 of the 250 colored diamonds on offer for $9 million.
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Grofik, vždy som si kládol otázku koľko ľudí na fóre zbiera alebo investuje do diamantov... ale tvoja zanietenosť pre vec je vážne obdivuhodná ;)
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Fidzi; vlákno kopíruje momentálnu situáciu už dlhé roky to je pravda, diamanty nie sú len o investícii..., apropo sú ďaleko drahšie farebné drahé kamene ako biele diamanty.
Za tie roky vlákno má celkom slušnú návštevnosť podľa štatistík, zrejme zaujímajú informácie aj okoloidúcich, len to neprejavujú verejne... ;)
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Obrázok: 114,2-karátový žltý diamant. (Gem Diamonds)

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Fidzi; vlákno kopíruje momentálnu situáciu už dlhé roky to je pravda, diamanty nie sú len o investícii..., apropo sú ďaleko drahšie farebné drahé kamene ako biele diamanty.
Za tie roky vlákno má celkom slušnú návštevnosť podľa štatistík, zrejme zaujímajú informácie aj okoloidúcich, len to neprejavujú verejne... ;)

O úspechu kopírovania Rapaportov sem do diskusie vôbec nepochybujem. Ja sám tu hľadám azyl, keď to v iných diskusiách vrie nevraživosťou. Tie rapaporty sú ako balzám na nepokojnú zberateľskú dušu a zároveň si zlepšujem svoju pozitívnu angličtinu. ;)
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Hmmm. ako obyčajne nič odborne ku veci, ale na guána máme tlacháreň...
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment
Aug 29, 2019 10:58 AM

Suppliers preparing for Hong Kong show amid uncertainties about buyer attendance. Weak Chinese sentiment due to trade war and yuan depreciation (-4% in Aug. to CNY 7.1/$1). Tourist spending declines, with Tiffany & Co. 2Q sales -3% to $1B, earnings -6% to $136M. Chow Sang Sang 1H retail revenue +1% to $1.1B, profit +2% to $78M after strong start to 2019, but double-digit slowdown when Hong Kong protests began in June. Inventory levels declining due to reduced manufacturing, despite sluggish polished trading. Rough market very quiet after $280M De Beers sight. Trans Hex CEO Llewellyn Delport resigns as mid-scale miners struggle to stay afloat in current weak market.

Fancies: Fancy shapes soft, reflecting slowdown in overall demand. 3 to 8 ct., I-K, VS-SI1 moving better than rounds as dealers and consumers shift to lower price points. Well-known brands are paying highest prices, as are buyers with specific requests. Ovals for fashion jewelry moving well, especially 1.50 and 2 ct., G-H, VS and H-K, SI2. Marquises and Princesses weak despite reduced manufacturing. US sustaining market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Chinese consumers seeking fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: Sentiment weak amid selective polished demand and shift to lower qualities. Steady memo calls for 1 to 2.50 ct., G-H, VS2-SI1 goods. Fancy-color dealers holding sizable inventory of large yellow diamonds. Trade war and volatile stock market affecting consumer and business confidence. Concerns about increased jewelry-sourcing costs ahead of September 1 China tariff hike.

Belgium: Trade not yet out of vacation mode. US inquiries steady, but orders seasonally sluggish. Chinese demand slow. Businesses cautious about attending Hong Kong show. Decline in rough-dealer activity after small De Beers and Alrosa August sales.

Israel: Bourse quiet as dealers return from summer break. Suppliers focused on US as 4Q selling season approaches. Steady market for 1 ct., G-H, VS2-I1 RapSpec A3+ goods. Not easy to source best-quality SIs, which are in demand. Low expectations for Chinese demand at Hong Kong fair.

India: Activity subdued, with many businesses closed for Jain Paryushan festival. Some US, Chinese and Israeli buyers looking for bargains from cash-strapped Indian suppliers. Polished inventory starting to decline due to reduced manufacturing. Still a lot of available lower-quality goods — brown, green, milky (BGM) and diamonds with fluorescence — that are not easy to sell. Dealers considering supply requirements ahead of US holiday season.

Hong Kong: Slow market as protests continue to affect commerce. Show organizers trying to calm exhibitor concerns about upcoming fair, which begins September 16. Trade war and yuan depreciation affecting China demand. Steady orders for 0.30 to 0.50 ct., F-I, VS-SI goods. Weak interest in 1 ct.+, D-F, IF-VVS stones.
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment
Sep 5, 2019 10:58 AM

Concerns about Hong Kong show remain as protests continue despite withdrawal of extradition bill that sparked them. Luxury jewelers developing China strategy to focus on high-end consumers, who are spending more at home. Weak Chinese wholesale demand weighing on diamond market, with 1 ct. RAPI -0.4% in August. US jewelers considering buying opportunities but delaying holiday stock orders. Signet Jewelers 2Q sales -4% to $1.4B, net loss of $44M vs. $31M loss last year. Polished inventory levels reduced, but still higher than previous years. Manufacturing profit margins tight despite limited rough supply. Rough prices must come down to enable better 2020.

Fancies: Fancy shapes soft, reflecting slowdown in overall demand. 3 to 8 ct., I-K, VS-SI1 moving better than rounds as dealers and consumers shift to lower price points. Well-known brands are paying highest prices, as are buyers with specific requests. Ovals for fashion jewelry moving well, especially 1.50 and 2 ct., G-H, VS and H-K, SI2. Marquises and Princesses weak despite reduced manufacturing. US sustaining market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Chinese consumers seeking fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: Market quiet during shorter week that began with Labor Day. Dealers hoping for better September ahead of holiday season. Buyers cautious and struggling to profit as prices continue to soften. Jewelers prefer taking memo. Steady demand for 1 to 1.50 ct., G-J, VS-SI engagement-ring goods, with rising interest in ovals.

Belgium: Sentiment weak amid soft trading following summer break. Calls to fill specific orders, but very few buying for stock. Large stones above 3 carats, G-I, VS-SI holding steady. Rough activity slow, with limited supply and low profit margins. Dealers hoping for price reduction at September sales.

Israel: Some improvement after vacation period, but trading still cautious. Uncertainty surrounding the Hong Kong show, although some foresee buying opportunity in weak market. Far East quiet. US stable, but more calls for memo than full orders. Shortage of nice SIs, which are in demand.

India: Slow trading over Jain Paryushan festival and Hindu Ganesh Chaturthi holiday. High gold price and declining currency (INR 72/$1) impacting domestic jewelry demand. Jewelry manufacturers compensating by reducing diamond content. Cutters maintaining low production until October 27 Diwali break, with some smaller units already closing. Polished inventory levels went down in last month, but still higher than previous years.

Hong Kong: Business sluggish as city enters third month of pro-democracy demonstrations. Exhibitors struggling to confirm appointments ahead of September 16 show. Local wholesalers expecting some dealer activity at the fair, but low Chinese buyer attendance. Stable demand for 1 ct., D-G, SI goods. Luxury jewelers focusing on mainland China to capitalize on a shift toward local purchasing among the country’s consumers.
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Já sem občas "odskočím" je to oáza klidu. Nikdo nic nekritizuje ani zleva, ani zprava, prostě diamanty jsou věčné !
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Nie len diamanty, ale vsetky kvalitne drahe kamene Altmann su vecne...
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RAPAPORT ... Bezchybný biely diamant s vysokým cenovým odhadom 13 miliónov dolárov sa objaví v aukcii Sotheby's Magnificent Jewels a Jadeite v Hongkongu budúci mesiac.

Diamant typu IIa s váhou 80,88 karátov farby D je v rozmedzí 10 miliónov až 12,8 milióna dolárov a je jedným z iba piatich diamantov so smaragdovým brusom vyše 80 karátov ponúkaných v histórii aukcie, uviedola Sotheby's v pondelok.

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RAPAPORT ... Predaje spoločnosti Alrosa v auguste medziročne klesli o 38% na 181,8 milióna dolárov, keďže slabosť na trhu pretrvávala.

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