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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment

Mar 15, 2018 11:00 AM By Rapaport News


Polished trading slower than expected after Hong Kong show. Shortages supporting prices as manufacturers ramp up polished production. Good demand for dossiers. Lower colors hot in carat sizes. China outlook positive, but Jan.-Feb. retail sales +9.7%, slightly below expectations. Signet Jewelers investing in online and off-mall to restore growth, as shares tumble -20% after FY2018 sales -2% to $6.3B, profit -4% to $519M. Gem Diamonds 2017 revenue +27% to $214M, profit of $21M vs. $140M loss, sells 910 ct., D, type IIa Lesotho Legend for $40M ($43,956/ct.). US Feb. polished imports +3% to $1.8B, polished exports +22% to $1.5B.

Fancies: Fancy shapes mixed, with curves better than squares. Ovals hot, Marquises strong, followed by Pears and Cushions. Emeralds and Radiants fair, Princesses still weak. Oversizes selling well. Steady demand for fine-quality 6 to 10 ct. Ovals, Pears and Emeralds, with limited supply. US supporting market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Far East demand improving as consumers seek fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: Dealers optimistic, with steady post-holiday orders. Good demand for 1 ct., G-J, VS-SI diamonds. Curved fancy shapes continue to improve, with strong interest in cushion, modified-brilliant, 1.5 to 2.5 ct. goods. JA show quiet, shifting focus to independent designers and lower-quality jewelry.

Belgium: Slower market. Dealers busy with follow-up after Hong Kong show. Pointer sizes driving demand, with shortages of nice-makes (3X, no-fluorescence) supporting prices. 1 to 2 ct., H-K, VS-SI GIA stones also selling well. Stable rough trading during monthly Alrosa sale.

Israel: Polished trading quiet, with fewer dealers in the bourse. Many traveling to the US to sell, but buyers cautious. Good demand for nice SIs. 3X selling at significant premium to VG. Large stones selling well, spurring demand for “specials” at rough tenders.

India: Polished market relatively slow. Dealers trying to boost sales before financial year’s end on March 31, offering higher discounts for hard-to-move merchandise. Firm prices for new production, particularly 0.30 to 0.50 ct., G-J, VS-SI (3X, no-fluorescence) GIA dossiers. Manufacturing stable after strong rough buying in Jan.-Feb. Liquidity concerns as banks tighten credit to large manufacturers following alleged Nirav Modi-Gitanjali fraud.

Hong Kong: Positive mood, even withtrading calmer since the show. Shortage of good-quality VS2-SI2 stones. Shift in demand to lower K-M colors. 3 ct.+ diamonds also selling well. Retail sales steady following Chinese New Year season.
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment

Mar 22, 2018 11:00 AM By Rapaport News.


Market quiet after positive first quarter. Indian manufacturers facing liquidity squeeze as banks tighten credit after $2B Nirav Modi-Gitanjali fraud. Dealers still optimistic, with good US and China orders. Large independent jewelers doing better than majors as Signet and Tiffany announce turnaround strategies. Tiffany 4Q sales +9% to $1.3B, disappointing profit -61% to $62M. Smaller and shorter Basel show lacks big-stone buzz, with many diamond companies not attending. Swiss watch recovery continues as Feb. exports +13% to $1.8B. Rough market stable. Alrosa 2017 revenue -12% to $4.7B, profit -41% to $1.4B. India Feb. polished exports +1% to $2.4B, rough imports +11% to $1.7B.

Fancies: Fancy shapes mixed, with curves better than squares. Ovals hot, Marquises strong, followed by Pears and Cushions. Emeralds and Radiants fair, Princesses still weak. Oversizes selling well. Steady demand for fine-quality 6 to 10 ct. Ovals, Pears and Emeralds, with limited supply. US supporting market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Far East demand improving as consumers seek fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: Positive retail sentiment, with independents noting steady store traffic and sales. Bridal strong ahead of summer wedding season. Diamond market stable, but heavy snowstorms limit New York trading. Good demand for 1 ct., G-J, VS-SI diamonds. New York Diamond Dealers Club hosts Chinese delegation to boost trading with Shanghai Diamond Exchange.

Belgium: Quiet market, with fewer foreign buyers in Antwerp. Dealers satisfied with first-quarter sales, anticipating slowdown after Hong Kong show. Steady demand and firm prices for 1 to 2 ct., G-J, VS-SI, 3X to 3VG stones. D- to F-colors hard to sell. Rough trading stable.

Israel: Polished trading slow, with little appetite for goods. Dealers slipping into vacation mode ahead of seven-day Passover holiday (March 31 to April 6). Prices remain steady. Shortage of 3 ct. and larger round and fancy shape diamonds. Large-stone demand solid, but fewer suppliers attending Basel show.

India: Large manufacturers cautious as banks adopt stricter lending terms following $2B Nirav Modi-Gitanjali fraud. Factories increasing production to fill polished shortages. Rough expensive after strong buying in first quarter. Long gap before April sight. Good demand for 0.30 to 1 ct., G-J, VS-SI diamonds. Stars and melee also selling well.

Hong Kong: Polished market quiet since the March show. Dealers unfazed by lull after positive Chinese New Year season. China’s gold, silver and jewelry sales +3% in Jan.-Feb. Improving interest in 1 to 3 ct., J-M, VS-SI diamonds. Better colors weaker in all sizes.
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment

Mar 29, 2018 11:00 AM

Market slowing ahead of Passover and Easter. Recovery in watch industry lifts mood at Basel show, but event fails to raise diamond-dealer sentiment due to low attendance. Indian fraud cases increase concerns about credit. High rough prices reducing manufacturing profit, with polished factories working below full capacity. Asian demand up, with Chow Sang Sang 2017 sales +3% to $2.1B, profit +18% to $112M. New Alrosa guidelines urge rough clients to publicize stones’ Russian provenance. There will be no new Rapaport Price List on April 6 due to the Jewish holiday of Passover.

Fancies: Fancy shapes mixed, with curves better than squares. Ovals hot, Marquises strong, followed by Pears and Cushions. Emeralds and Radiants fair, Princesses still weak. Oversizes selling well. Steady demand for fine-quality 6 to 10 ct. Ovals, Pears and Emeralds, with limited supply. US supporting market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Far East demand improving as consumers seek fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: Wholesale trading slow, with dealers finding it expensive to replace goods. Demand centering on 1 to 2 ct., F-K, SI stones. US March consumer confidence down from February’s 18-year high as stock-market volatility raises concerns. Jewelers note weak retail market, though higher-end stores successfully selling nice 1 to 3 ct. diamonds in higher color and clarity.

Belgium: Trade improving, with solid interest in 0.30 to 0.40 ct., D-M, VVS-SI, and for 1 ct., D-F. Dossiers moving well. Mixed demand for larger goods, with 2 to 3 ct. stronger than 1.5 ct. and 4 to 5 ct. Hike in India import tax raises concerns for Belgian traders. Smaller Basel show fails to boost dealer sentiment.

Israel: Market slowing ahead of seven-day Passover holiday (March 31 to April 6). Sentiment weak after disappointing Basel show. 3 ct. and larger in short supply, with buyers reluctant to meet dealers’ high asking prices. Shortages of nice Emeralds, Pears and Ovals. Hot demand for round, 0.23 to 0.27 ct. stones due to specific orders from retailers. Fancy shape, F-I, VS2-SI2 and select I1 diamonds popular.

India: Market uncertain following Nirav Modi-Gitanjali fraud claims, with traders fearing impact on bank credit. Companies delaying purchases until after financial year’s end (March 31). Buyers seeking nicely cut goods with low color and clarity. Strong interest in 1 to 3 ct., I1-I2 goods, and for diamonds under 1 ct., VS1-VS2, no black center. Fair demand for stars and melee in G-I, VS-I1. Polished manufacturing at 70% to 80% capacity as firms limit rough buying due to high prices.

Hong Kong: Positive mood as retailers anticipate good year ahead. Strengthening yuan currency has lifted Chinese spending power, resulting in better consumer sentiment and increased tourism to Hong Kong. High end strong, with steady demand for nicer-quality 1 to 2 ct., IF-VVS stones. Growing interest in 2 ct., J-M. Fancy colors gaining popularity. Hearts selling well, and orders of half-moon cuts rising.
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment

Apr 12, 2018 11:00 AM By Rapaport News

Optimistic mood as trading resumes after spring break. Polished prices stable, with 1 ct. RAPI -0.1% in March. Chinese dealers buying stock ahead of potential yuan devaluation that may raise local prices if China-US trade war emerges. European high-end market mixed, with large luxury houses doing better than smaller niche players: LVMH 1Q jewelry & watch sales +9% to $1.2B; De Grisogono to cut around 40 jobs in strategic shift to affordable fine jewelry & watches. Sotheby’s Hong Kong sells $49M (61% by lot), but emerald-cut, 14.18 ct., fancy blue, VVS2 diamond ring remains unsold. Alrosa March sales -1% to $560M. Hong Kong 2017 polished imports +9% to $18.9B, exports +5% to $14B.

Fancies: Fancy shapes mixed, with curves better than squares. Ovals hot, Marquises strong, followed by Pears and Cushions. Emeralds and Radiants fair, Princesses still weak. Oversizes selling well. Steady demand for fine-quality 6 to 10 ct. Ovals, Pears and Emeralds, with limited supply. US supporting market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Far East demand improving as consumers seek fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: New York trading quiet after Passover holiday. Little urgency to sell, and suppliers not prepared to reduce prices after good 1Q. Dealers optimistic for 2Q, with focus on Las Vegas shows. Solid demand for 1 ct., G-H, VS2-I2 diamonds. Growth-minded retailers investing in e-commerce, better distribution and innovation in effort to drive customers to stores.

Belgium: Positive sentiment after Easter break, although trading still subdued. Prices steady for commercial goods, with consistent demand for 1 to 2 ct., H+, VS-SI diamonds. Lower colors improving. Rough trading stable during De Beers sight, with boxes selling on the secondary market at slightly lower premiums.

Israel: Slow trading as dealers return from Passover vacation. Demand centering around 0.30 to 1.49 ct., G-J, VS2-SI range. Large-stone orders quiet. Dealers focused on US market, with rising expectations for upcoming Las Vegas shows. Steady interest in special-size rough.

India: US and Asian buuyers driving activity. Good demand for 0.30 to 0.60 ct. and 1 ct., J-M, I1-I2 diamonds. Manufacturers with sizable credit lines facing greater scrutiny from banks amid concern large companies may reduce prices to raise liquidity. Trading expected to improve during Bharat Diamond Week (April 23 to 25).

Hong Kong: Slight slowdown since last month’s show, but business still better than a year ago. Dossiers moving well. Steady orders for 2 to 3 ct. in lower I-M colors. Stronger tourist spending and improved job market lift retail sentiment in 2018. Chinese yuan depreciation may reduce tourist shopping.
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment

Apr 18, 2018 11:00 AM By Rapaport News


Sentiment mixed as April trading slows. Manufacturers concerned about tight profit after De Beers raised prices average 1% to 2% at $520M sight. Indian liquidity squeezed as banks reexamine diamond loans. Rough prices supported by limited 2Q availability. De Beers increasing supply to southern Africa beneficiation centers. Rising expectations for US demand ahead of Las Vegas shows. Chinese retail improves with solid Lunar New Year season. Chow Tai Fook 4Q sales +13% in China, +11% in Hong Kong & Macau. Rio Tinto 1Q production +11% to 4.6M cts. Rosy Blue buys stake in Leo Schachter.

Fancies: Fancy shapes mixed, with curves better than squares. Ovals hot, Marquises strong, followed by Pears and Cushions. Emeralds and Radiants fair, Princesses still weak. Oversizes selling well. Steady demand for fine-quality 6 to 10 ct. Ovals, Pears and Emeralds, with limited supply. US supporting market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Far East demand improving as consumers seek fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: New York activity improves as Diamond Dealers Club (DDC) hosts Israel Diamond Week at new trading floor. Strong retail promotions ahead of Mother’s Day (May 13). Major jewelers taking more goods on memo.

Belgium: Positive sentiment with stable polished prices, despite lower trading volumes. Dealers optimistic about the US and China. Europe slightly cautious. Rough trading steady during De Beers sight, with premiums on boxes down to estimated 4% on average.

Israel: Slow trading as dealers take long weekend for Independence Day celebrations. Suppliers focused on US, with some traveling to New York for DDC event. Inventory levels dropped since beginning of the year.

India: Fewer transactions as suppliers hold prices firm, despite liquidity concerns. Activity expected to rise during next week’s Bharat Diamond Week (April 23 to 25). Select demand from overseas buyers. Smaller manufacturers planning to close for school summer holidays. Good gold jewelry demand for Akshaya Tritiya festival on April 18.

Hong Kong: Stable polished market, but activity seasonally slow. Strong availability of 0.30 to 0.50 ct., I-M, VS-SI goods. Chinese tourist spending improved in 2018. Major jewelers expanding store presence and seeing e-commerce growth.
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Hezký den, vážný dotaz, žádná legrácka.
Kněžna Jusupova měla červený nebo asi správněji rudý briliantový klenot. Byl to briliantový prsten nevídané kvality.Po roce 1917 se ztratil a v roce 2007 byl nabízen v aukci ve Vídni. Byl to však prsten kopie, v klidu se to vše stáhlo z aukce i když existovala dobová dokumentace. Ruská historička a expertka prohlásila, že i když to byla kopie, prsten musel být vyroben dle origo. Snad existuje ve světě 5 podobných kamenů je to tak? Je to historicky doloženo, ale vrtá mně to hlavou.

Prosil bych trochu delší odpověd, tedy pokud mohu prosit. :evil:
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Červené diamanty patria ku najdrahším kameňom vo svete , sám o sebe intenzívne červený diamant napr. 5 karátov VVS1 domnievam sa cena okolo 100 mil . USD.

Zajtra môžem trochu podrobnejšie napísať. :roll:
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Těším se :shock: :roll:
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To Altmann , všeobecne ku farebným diamantom ,
ohľadne diskutovaného červeného diamantu nemám informácie...

Farebné diamanty

Zatiaľ čo väčšina diamantov sa vyťaží ako bezfarebné alebo majú len nepatrný žltý odtieň, vo svete najslávnejšie diamanty - medzi nimi, modrý diamant Nádeje a Moussaieff červený diamant - sú farebné. Farebné diamanty tvoria len 2 percentá všetkých diamantov a pravidelne sú predávané za vyššie ceny ako tie, ktoré sú bezfarebné.
Investori sa pozerajú vzhľadom na obmedzené množstvá výskytu farebných diamantov ako na dobrú investíciu.
Prečo sú diamanty rôznych farieb?
Diamanty môžu byť prakticky akejkoľvek farby, vrátane žltej, hnedej, ružovej, červenej, modrej, zelenej, šedej, fialovej, oranžovej a čiernej. Obidva druhy diamantov bezfarebné a farebné sú tvorené cez rovnaký základný proces: kryštalizácie vysoko stlačených molekúl uhlíka.
Avšak, keď sú stopové prvky zachytené v priebehu tohto procesu, výsledný diamant je farebný. Napríklad , žlté diamanty sú spôsobené zachytávaním dusíka Tento koncept pomáha vysvetliť, prečo diamanty rovnakej farby, majú tendenciu byť nájdené spoločne; Ak je pôda bohatá na konkrétny prvok.
Okrem toho niektoré farebné diamanty, ako sú zelené diamanty sú výsledkom prirodzeného žiarenia, zatiaľ čo iné ako červené, hnedé a ružové diamanty, sú výsledkom štrukturálnych nezrovnalostí spôsobené vyšším tlakom počas tvorby. Diamatový tvar a fluorescencia ktoré diamant vyžaruje po absorbovaní svetla alebo iné elektromagnetické žiarenie, majú tiež malý vplyv na farbu.
Diamanty typu I a typu II .
Ako už bolo uvedené, väčšina diamantov sú buď bezfarebné alebo majú žltý odtieň, čo znamená, že obsahujú dusík. Tieto diamanty sú rozdelené do kategórií ako typ I a sú rozdelené do typov Ia IAB, IAA, IAB a Ib.
Farebné diamanty ktoré neobsahujú takmer žiadny dusík sú klasifikované ako diamanty typ II. Kategórie typu II patrí tiež pododdelenia :. IIa a IIb Typ IIa diamanty môžu byť bezfarebné, hnedé alebo ružové . Typ IIb diamanty obsahujú bór, tieto diamanty sú modré.

Triedenie diamantovej farby
Väčšina diamantov ktoré certifikujú laboratóriách napríklad Gemologický inštitút Ameriky (GIA) farebnú škálu typu I , ktoré sú považované za "normálne" vo farebnej škále. na škále od GIA sa tieto diamanty priradené od D do Z, D je úplne bezfarebný a Z sú svetlo žlté alebo hnedé; diamanty , farba D pre klientov je najvzácnejšia a najcennejšia. Niektorí diamantoví predajcovia nehľadajú nižšie kvality , pretože nie je dostatočný dopyt po nich.
Avšak, farebné diamanty - tiež známe ako "fantazijné (fancy) farby" tieto diamanty - nespadajú do GIA alebo IGI stupnice. Namiesto toho, tieto diamanty sú odstupňované " meraním odtieňov , sýtosti od jemného až po tmavý tón ( pre hodnotu) diamantu je dôležitá rovnomernosť rozloženia farby "a sú tiež uvedené v popise . Na rozdiel od bežných diamantov , pre ktoré je rovnako dôležitá karátová váha, jasnosť, farba a brus (4Cs), farba je mimoriadne dôležitá vlastnosť pre farebné diamanty ktorá sa premieta aj do výšky predajnej ceny .

Odtieň, sýtosť a tón sa všetko vzťahujú k farbe. Hodnotenie odkazuje na farbu diamantu, tón a mieru svetlosti alebo tmavosti farby a sýtosti opisuje intenzitu danej farby.
Zo všetkými týmito faktormi, triedenie fantázijno -farebných diamantov je ešte zložitejšie, než triedenie bielych diamantov, najmä vlastnosti, ako je odtieň nie je vždy ľahké definovať. Napríklad, diamant môže byť modrasto zelený, nie len modrý alebo zelený, prípadne iné odtiene farby. Celkove sa môžeme stretnúť až 78 farebných odtieňov ktoré udávajú Gemologické laboratoriá. GIA a IGI ktoré sa najviac špecializujú vo svete na certifikáciu farebných diamantov ich certifikáty sú akceptované svetovou odbornou komunitou aj predajcami na všetkých svetadieloch.
Investície do farebných diamantov
Diamantový priemysel je občas turbolentný pre rôzne vojenské a politické udalosti vo svete ,ale z hľadiska investícií je dlhodobo stabilný.
Leibish Polnauer, prezident a zakladateľ Leibish & Co., povedal pre časopis Forbes na začiatku tohto roka, že v poslednom desaťročí sa hodnota farebných diamantov zvýšila podstatne viac ako u iných investícií. Polnauer poznamenal, " že päť karátový žltý diamant vzrástol v hodnotovom vyjadrení o 180 percent 2001-2011 ", zatiaľ čo Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A) " sa zvýšil o 52 percent za 10 rokov "a hodnota Coca-Coly (NYSE: KO) " vzrástola 42,5 percenta. " tu myslím nie je viac čo dodať.
V rozhovore pre Diamatové investičné spravodajstvo , Ziad Al-Ahmadi z Matrix Diamond Technology, spoločnosť v Antwerpách ktorá sa zameriava na analýzu, výrobu a realizáciu s neopracovanými diamantami , potvrdzuje vyhlásenie Polnauera. Ziad Al-Ahmadi poznamenal, že na farebné diamanty sa takmer žiadne nové bane neotvárajú vo svete preto dochádza podstatnému zvýšeniu cien fancy-farebných diamantov za posledných 10 rokov. To znamená, že investori musia mať na pamäti, že aj keď príroda produkuje menej týchto diamantov, brusené farebné diamanty môžu znovu vstupovať na trh - napríklad pri dedení diamantu dedič sa môže rozhodnúť, odpredať diamant.
Aj keď samozrejme nič nie je isté základy, jednoduchej ponuky a dopytu naznačujú, že v súčasnej dobe, budú predpovede Polnauera správne. Farebné diamanty sú stále viac a viac populárne, ako sa znižujú zásoby a rastie počet veľkých hráčov. Harry Winston (TSX: HW, NYSE: HWD) nedávno súhlasil, že zaplatí BHP Billiton (NYSE: BHP, ASX: BHP, LSE: BLT) 500 miliónov dolárov za jeho 80-percentný podiel v Ekati diamantovej bane. Diamantová spoločnosť Rio Tinto (ASX: RIO, NYSE: RIO, LSE: RIO). premýšľa v rovnakom duchu nakoľko sa nedá predpovedať kedy sa znovu objaví nejaké významnejšie nálezisko farebných diamantov.

Aké firmy ťažia farebné diamanty?
Keď sa opýtate kde sa ťažia najviac farebné diamanty odpoveď bude ;, že väčšina farebných diamantov sa ťaží v troch hlavných oblastiach :. Austrália, Rusko a Južnej Afrike , male množstá v strednej , západnej Afrike a Brazílii .
Rio Tinto sama seba opisuje ako " popredného svetového poskytovateľa prírodných farebných diamantov " jej Austrálska Argyle baňa je najväčším svetovým zdrojom farebných diamantov, konkrétne šampaň, koňak a ružových diamantov, ktoré sa tešia širokej obľube. V tomto roku spoločnosť oznámil nález najväčšieho austrálskeho ružového surového diamantu v bani Argyle pričom baňa by mala zostať v prevádzke najmenej do roku 2019…
Ruská Alrosa má monopol na ťažbu diamantov v Rusku je dodavateľom 25 percent svetovej produkcie diamantov. Je významným hráčom na trhu s diamantmi a nedávno podpísal dlhodobú zmluvu v hodnote najmenej 60.000.000 dolár na dodávky surových diamantov do dcérskej spoločnosti Tiffany & Co ..
Lucar Diamond (TSX: LUC, NASDAQ: LUC) je nový producent diamantov, ktorá úplne vlastní Botswane založenú Karow baňu a má 75-percentný podiel v projekte Mothae, ktorý sa nachádza v Lesothe, vnútrozemský štát Afriky. Obidve bane aktívne dodávajú vo veľkom meradle, diamanty typu IIA”. Na začiatku novembra, Lucar oznámila vyťaženie modrého diamantu typu II o váhe 9,46 karátov z bane Karow. Diamant bol predaný za necelý mesiac za 4,5 milióna dolárov.

Vznik asociácie združujúcej ťažobné spoločnosti na farebné diamanty a výrobcov šperkov z farebných diamantov

Natural Color Diamond Association (NCDIA) vznikla v roku 2003 v New Yorku ,ako reakcia na zvyšujúcu obľubu farebných prírodných diamantov vo svete . Poslaním organizácie je vzdelávať a podporovať globálne povedomie pre farebné diamanty. NCDIA je nezisková organizácia pri ktorej vzniku boli niektorý najvýznamnejší výrobcovia diamantových šperkov , dizajnéri , predajcovia a ťažobné spoločnosti produkujúce farebné diamanty.

Asociácia postupne uzatvára dohody z Gemologickými laboratóriami certifikujúcich farebné diamanty v prvom rade GIA a IGI o farebnom odlíšení obalového materiálu na prírodné farebné diamanty podľa farieb ,(viď obrázok hore). Proces nie je jednoduchý ,ale postupne sa dosahujú úspechy v zmenách , lebo na konci je spokojný klient .
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Pozorně pročetl a děkuji. Bohužel z mého důchodu již jsou moje investice většinou směřovány do lékarnické mafie. Ale jinak zajímavé možná i pro další lidičky. :oops: :roll:
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Nejdražší asi bude duhový homodiamant. ;)
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment

Apr 26, 2018 11:00 AM By Rapaport News

Diamond market seasonally quiet. Polished prices steady, but profit margins squeezed after April rough increase. Polished trading more profitable than rough manufacturing. Petra 1Q rough prices +5%. Letšeng 1Q average price +98% to $3,276/ct. Miners sold more carats than recovered in 1Q: De Beers sales -38% to 8.8M cts., production +15% to 8.5M cts. Alrosa sales -6% to 13.3M cts., production -17% to 7.4M cts. US jewelry sector shrinking as 343 businesses discontinued in 1Q. Christie’s sells $46M (88% by lot) and Sotheby’s sells $34M (83% by lot), with fancy intense blue diamonds leading New York auctions. De Beers to launch diamond-tracking program for artisanal miners.

Fancies: Fancy shapes mixed, with curves better than squares. Ovals hot, followed by Pears and Cushions. Emeralds and Radiants fair. Marquises and Princesses weak. Oversizes selling well. Steady demand for fine-quality 6-10 ct. Ovals, Pears and Emeralds, with limited supply. US supporting market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Far East demand improving as consumers seek fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: Polished market mixed. Steady domestic and Chinese demand for nice, 0.30-0.40 ct., F-H, VS2-SI1 diamonds. 1-3 ct., F-I, VS-SI goods also selling well. Difficult for wholesalers to replace the diamonds they sold at previous prices. National Retail Federation expects Mother’s Day jewelry sales of $4.6 billion, down from estimated $5 billion last year.

Belgium: Slight slowdown in polished trading. Larger firms getting steady orders, doing better than smaller companies. 0.30-0.40 ct., F-H, SI remains hot category. Buyers insisting on 3X, no fluorescence, and willing to pay premium over lesser qualities. Rising demand for commercial-quality large stones, 3-10 ct., H-J, VS-SI. Rough trading stable.

Israel: Good US demand and slight improvement in Chinese orders.Trading slowed since January and February, but is better than this time last year. Good US demand for 1-3 ct., G-J, VS-SI diamonds. Polished prices firm as manufacturers defend recent rough-price hikes. Sluggish activity at monthly Blue & White Fair for local trade.

India: Trading slower, despite inaugural Bharat Diamond Week. Foreign buyers attended the event, but weak response from local dealers. Many taking vacation during summer-holiday period. Steady demand for dossiers, 0.30-0.50 ct. and 1-1.50 ct., G-J, VS-SI diamonds. Industry leaders plan meeting with banks as liquidity concerns remain.

Hong Kong: Market slows at start of summer lull. Prices stable, supported by some shortages and selective demand. Steady orders for 1 ct., G-H, VS-SI, RapSpec A2+ (3X, no-fluorescence) diamonds. 0.
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May 3, 2018 11:00 AM By Rapaport News



Trading slow as dealers in Belgium and India take long May Day weekend vacation. Good Hong Kong jewelry sales during the holiday, driven by rise in tourist spending. Polished prices stable, with 1 ct. RapNet Diamond Index (RAPI™) flat in April. US and Chinese retail sentiment positive. Jeweler Tse Sui Luen FY2018 revenue +12% to $486M, profit +97% to $6M. India March polished exports +8% to $2B, rough imports +5% to $1.7B. Israel 1Q polished exports -33% to $1.2B, rough imports -7% to $729M. IBM partners with Warren Buffett’s Helzberg Diamonds and Richline Group on blockchain platform. Industry mourns the passing of jewelers Joseph Samuel Jr. and James Avery.

Fancies: Fancy shapes mixed, with curves better than squares. Ovals hot, followed by Pears and Cushions. Emeralds and Radiants fair. Marquises and Princesses weak. Oversizes selling well. Steady demand for fine-quality 6-10 ct. Ovals, Pears and Emeralds, with limited supply. US supporting market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Far East demand improving as consumers seek fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: Market steady and polished prices firm. Melee improving, particularly 0.005-0.10 ct., G-H, VS-I1 goods. Ovals and 2-3 ct. cushions doing well. Jewelers hope Mother’s Day promotions will maintain positive momentum from 1Q. Dealers preparing for Las Vegas shows, but some giving up their booths due to high cost.

Belgium: Trading quiet, with businesses closed over long weekend. Activity expected to improve during next week’s Carat+ show. Steady demand for 0.30-0.90 ct. and 1 ct., G-H, VS-SI diamonds. Lower colors in bigger sizes (5 ct.+) also popular as buyers manage with tighter budgets. Selective buyers insisting on triple Ex, no-fluorescence goods, and paying rising premiums for them compared to lower-quality stones.

Israel: Subdued mood in the bourse. Some suppliers participating in next week’s Antwerp Carat+ fair, but general focus on Las Vegas shows. Buyers cautious after seeing prices firm since beginning of the year. Good demand for 1 ct., G-I, VS diamonds. Bidding restrained at rough auctions due to high prices.

India: Polished market slow due to long weekend and spring break. Factory output seasonally lower. Liquidity concerns due to bank caution. Domestic buyers reserved, with rising costs after rupee depreciates -5% since Jan. 1 to INR 1/$66.67. Rough trading stable, with premiums down to around 4% on the secondary market.

Hong Kong: Optimism fades amid sluggish dealer trading. Shift to lower colors. Jewelry retail picking up after positive May 1 holiday sales. Best sellers in 0.30-0.60 ct., J-M, VS-SI range. March sales of jewelry, timepieces and valuable gifts +23%.
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Dealers preparing for Las Vegas shows. Polished inventory rising due to slow trading. Prices firm, but buyers pushing for generous credit terms and taking more goods on memo. Signet Jewelers raises consignment intake +6% to $606M at end of FY2018. Chinese consumer sentiment improving as 1Q gold, silver, jewelry sales +8% to $11.7B. Rough market stable ahead of De Beers and Alrosa sights and Antwerp Rough Diamond Days. Lucara 1Q revenue -3% to $25M, loss of $7M. Belgium April polished exports -7% to $728M, rough imports +43% to $933M. Hong Kong 1Q polished imports +10% to $5.2B, polished exports +4% to $2.4B. Alrosa mulls Kristall Smolensk acquisition to expand polished division.

Fancies: Fancy shapes mixed, with curves better than squares. Ovals hot, followed by Pears and Cushions. Marquises and Princesses weak. Oversizes selling well. Steady demand for fine-quality 6-10 ct. Ovals, Pears and Emeralds, with limited supply. US supporting market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Far East demand improving as consumers seek fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: Improved activity on 47th Street. Prices firm as dealers strive to protect margins on goods they bought when the market was stronger earlier in the year. Commercial-quality 1 ct., G-J, VS-SI diamonds stable. Better demand for larger diamonds above 3 ct. Rising expectations for Las Vegas shows.

Belgium: Polished trading stable, but dealers cautious ahead of the quieter summer months. Steady orders for 1-3 ct., G, VVS-SI1 diamonds. Collection goods relatively slow. Lower colors improving, particularly for 3-5 ct. diamonds. Carat+ show generates interest on the first day, but overall buyer attendance weak. Dealers frustrated by banks’ unwillingness to work with the diamond industry.

Israel: Sluggish sales, with buyers having difficulty matching suppliers’ higher asking prices. Inventory levels rising. Dealers concentrating on moving stock via memo and online sales. Solid demand for 1 ct., J-L, VS and 1 ct., H-K, SI2-I1. Rough market steady.

India: Sentiment weaker amid various bankruptcy rumors. Some dealers still on vacation. Fewer foreign buyers in Mumbai. Dossiers moving well in all categories. Some interest in 0.50 ct. piqué diamonds. Stars and melee slower. Rough trading good, but factories have reduced polished production.

Hong Kong: Dealer market quiet. China shifting to lower colors. Some buyers moving to VS due to shortage of nice SIs. Strongest category is 1 ct., G-H, VS-SI. Retail improving, but local jewelers struggling to compete with lower-priced online platforms, turning to custom-made pieces to differentiate their offering. Fancy colors and shapes providing retailers with better margins than round, colorless diamonds.
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May 17, 2018 10:59 AM By Rapaport News

Dealers optimistic ahead of Vegas shows, despite sluggish May trading. 2018 looking better than 2017. GemGen&egrave;ve demonstrates robust high end. Sotheby’s Geneva sells $86M (82% by lot) as pear-shape, 6.16 ct., fancy dark grey-blue, SI1 diamond fetches $6.7M ($1.1M/ct.). Christie’s Geneva garners $82M (88% by lot), with cushion, 50.47 ct., D, VVS1 Harry Winston diamond going for $6.5M ($129K/ct.). India’s Titan FY sales +21% to $2.4B, profit +58% to $164M. Rough prices firm at De Beers and Alrosa sights. Alrosa 1Q sales +14% to $1.5B, profit +40% to $533M. India April polished exports +14% to $2B, rough imports -13% to $1.5B. World Diamond Congress postponed due to low registration.

Fancies: Fancy shapes mixed, with curves better than squares. Ovals hot, followed by Pears and Cushions. Marquises and Princesses weak. Oversizes selling well. Steady demand for fine-quality 6-10 ct. Ovals, Pears and Emeralds, with limited supply. US supporting market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Far East demand improving as consumers seek fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: Market stable, with consistent demand for 1 ct., G-J, VS-SIs. Melee slower. Dealers expect improvement during Las Vegas shows. Sentiment better than last year. Jewelry sales focused on bridal ahead of summer wedding season.

Belgium: Trading relatively quiet. Suppliers maintaining firm prices, but buyers showing resistance. No urgency on either side. High-end dealers and manufacturers encouraged by GemGen&egrave;ve show. Rough market steady during sight week and Antwerp Rough Diamond Days.

Israel: Low turnover, but prices stable. Positive outlook for the US, even with preparations for Las Vegas shows quieter than usual. Exhibitors focused on marketing and networking opportunities. Good demand for 0.30-0.50 ct. and 1 ct., G-J, VS1-SI1 diamonds, with emphasis on 3X, no fluorescence. Rough market strong in 4- to 8-grainers that yield those polished categories.

India: Polished sector subdued during ongoing summer vacation. Fewer foreign buyers in Mumbai. Prices under pressure due to lull in trading. 0.50-1 ct., G-J, SI diamonds selling well. Stars and melee slow. Manufacturing consistent in robust rough market.

Hong Kong: Dealer activity seasonally low. Some improvement expected at June 21-24 Hong Kong show. Steady demand for 0.30 ct. and 1 ct., D-H, VS-SI diamonds. 0.40-0.99 ct. slower, with buyers pushing for higher discounts. Stones above 3 ct. sluggish
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RAPAPORT... JCK show sees fewer participants, but trading reflects healthy US market. Big jewelry brands and top-tier independents adjusting to dynamic retail environment and enjoying 2018 growth. Suppliers maintaining stable prices, with 1 ct. RAPI -0.2% in May. De Beers’ entry into lab-grown diamonds dominates discussions at the show, with industry largely supporting the move to disrupt the synthetics market. Forevermark unveils omni-channel strategy with online sales platform. DPA to launch China campaign in July, shifts US focus to female self-purchasers. Signet 1Q sales +6% to $1.5B, loss of $497M vs. profit of $79M last year. Chow Tai Fook FY sales +15% to $7.5B, profit +33% to $536M.

Fancies: Fancy shapes mixed, with curves better than squares. Ovals hot, followed by Emeralds, Pears and Cushions. Marquises and Princesses weak. Oversizes selling well. Steady demand for fine-quality 6 to 10 ct. Ovals, Pears and Emeralds, with limited supply. US supporting market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Far East demand improving as consumers seek fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: Positive sentiment continues through Las Vegas shows. Buyers looking for specific items in loose diamonds, while retailers planning fall and holiday season collections. Steady demand for round, 0.50 to 1.25 ct., G-I, SI diamonds. VVS weak. Fancy shapes selling well, particularly Ovals and Emeralds.

Belgium: Antwerp trading slightly quieter, with many dealers at Las Vegas fairs. Good demand for 1 ct., G-J, VS-SI, RapSpec A3+ diamonds. Buyers looking at price points and avoiding inventory buildup. Polished exports up in 2018, with US and Hong Kong fueling growth. Rough trading stable ahead of next week’s Alrosa sale.

Israel: Dealers upbeat about US market following JCK show. Steady interest in 0.75 to 1.25 ct., G-J, VS-SI diamonds. Shortage of RapSpec A2+ diamonds supporting prices. Emeralds, Ovals and Pears driving fancy shapes. Rough trading slow.

India: Activity relatively low as May summer break ends and dealers return from Las Vegas. Inventory levels rising, with steady polished manufacturing. Solid demand for dossiers, melee slightly weak. Cutters concerned about tight profit margins.

Hong Kong: Diamond trading quiet, with dealers interested in Las Vegas feedback. Suppliers preparing for Hong Kong show (June 21 to 24), the smallest of the municipality’s three annual fairs. Hong Kong and mainland China retail environment improving. Chow Tai Fook notes changing consumer preferences due to rise of middle class and millennials as well as increased urbanization.
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Bezchybný diamantový prsteň s rozmermi 20,47 karátov bol v utorok popredným predajcom na aukcii Christie's Magnificent Jewels v New Yorku , farba D, farba typu IIa sa predala za 2,7 milióna dolárov. Predpredaj bol odhadovaný na 2,5 milióna až 3,5 milióna dolárov.

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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment

Jun 14, 2018 10:59 AM By Rapaport News



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Polished market stable as Las Vegas shows signal robust US jewelry sector. Chinese retail also improving, spurring optimism for rest of the year. Good demand for 0.50 ct. SIs and improving trend for 0.70 ct. Rough trading steady after small $288M Alrosa May sale. Cutters cautious ahead of next week’s De Beers sight due to tight profit margins. Graff Diamonds 2017 sales +22% to $693M, profit +232% to $52M. Christie’s NY sells $20M (89% by lot), with 20.47 ct., D, FL diamond fetching $2.7M ($132K/ct.). US March polished imports flat at $2B. Belgium May polished exports +5% to $1.2B, rough imports -14% to $905M. China cuts import tariffs on precious-stone jewelry from 35% to 10%.

Fancies: Fancy shapes mixed, with curves better than squares. Ovals hot, followed by Emeralds, Pears and Cushions. Marquises and Princesses weak. Oversizes selling well. Steady demand for fine-quality 6 to 10 ct. Ovals, Pears and Emeralds, with prices firming for 3 to 5 ct. due to shortages. US supporting market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Far East demand improving as consumers seek fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States:Stable New York trading as dealers return from Las Vegas shows. Healthy diamond market due to positive retail jewelry environment. Good demand for 1 ct., F-J, VS-SI. Rising interest in 5 ct.+, F-I, SI stones. Suppliers keeping prices firm. Jewelers holding less inventory and taking more on memo.

Belgium: Positive sentiment despite slower Vegas shows. Dealers optimistic for second half of the year and encouraged by steady US and Chinese demand. Best sellers are 1 to 2 ct., I-L, VS-SI diamonds. Pears, ovals and cushions doing well among fancy shapes. Rough activity steady during Alrosa sale and ahead of De Beers sight (June 18 to 21).

Israel: US-focused suppliers doing well, with good orders for SI-I1-clarity diamonds. Traders maintaining stable prices, even if it means losing the sale. Online channels gaining greater importance. Solid interest in 0.30 to 0.50 ct., G-J, SI stones. 0.70 ct. improving after long period of stagnation.

India: Dealers focused on post-Vegas follow-up and preparing for next week’s Hong Kong show (June 21 to 24). Twenty-two companies participating in India Diamond Week networking event at China’s Shenzhen Rough Diamond Exchange. Few overseas buyers in Mumbai. Polished production at slightly lower levels, after rough purchases declined in May due to high prices. Focus turning to next week’s De Beers sight.bbb Hong Kong: Trading better than in previous weeks. Rising confidence among Chinese jewelers expected to boost activity at next week’s Hong Kong show. Stable demand for 0.30 to 0.50 ct., F-G, VS-SI (3X, no-fluorescence) diamonds. Fancy colored diamonds gaining traction, with more jewelers using color in collections, particularly yellows. Retail continues to improve.
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment

Jun 28, 2018 By Rapaport News



Positive sentiment despite sluggish Hong Kong show. Stable US and Chinese demand supporting the market. Suppliers holding polished prices firm as high rough prices squeeze manufacturers’ profit margins. Larger-than-expected $575M June De Beers sight signals robust rough market, with boxes selling at estimated average 3% to 6% premiums. Good polished demand for 1 ct., G-J, VS-SI, RapSpec A2+ diamonds. Buyers shifting to VG as 3X premiums increase. Luk Fook FY revenue +14% to $1.9B, profit +33% to $175M. Israel and Shanghai bourses sign MoU to manufacture large stones in new Ramat Gan factory.

Fancies: Fancy shapes mixed, with curves better than squares. Ovals hot, followed by Emeralds, Pears and Cushions. Marquises and Princesses weak. Oversizes selling well. Steady demand for fine-quality 6 to 10 ct. Ovals, Pears and Emeralds, with prices firming for 3 to 5 ct. due to shortages. US supporting market for commercial-quality, medium-priced fancies under 1 ct. Far East demand improving as consumers seek fancy shapes at better prices. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and hard to sell, even at very deep discounts.

United States: Dealer trading slower since Las Vegas shows. Wholesalers shifting to summer vacation mode, with many taking a break in July. Seasonal decline in retail. Steady demand and firm prices for 2 to 4 ct., I-J SIs.Shift in consumer interest from bridal to fashion collections.

Belgium: Stable market with some active buyers, but suppliers holding polished prices firm. Good orders for non-certified, 0.01 to 0.05 ct., D-F, VVS-SI1 diamonds. Asian market shifting to VGs. Fancy colors relatively weak, particularly commercial-quality yellows. Rough trading robust following last week’s De Beers sight.

Israel: Slower trading, with dealers returning from the Hong Kong show. Fewer goods available due to inventory being sent to the fair. Strong buying opportunities for select categories in Hong Kong and India. Firm polished prices supported by high cost of rough. Rise in availability of 1 ct., I-M, IF-VS diamonds. Imperfect stones selling at deeper discounts.

India: Polished market stable, backed by US and Far East demand after Hong Kong show. Low availability of 3 ct. and larger diamonds. Steady orders for 1 ct., J-L SIs. Dossiers in H-L, VS-SI moving well. Good rough activity, with focus on boxes that yield 0.30 to 1 ct. polished. Consistent manufacturing to fill shortages and satisfy anticipated third-quarter demand.

Hong Kong: Market sentiment positive, even though last week’s show failed to boost trading. Dealers more interested in larger September fair. Solid demand for 0.30 to 1 ct., H-K, VS-SI diamonds. Buyers shifting to lower qualities, as 3X, no-fluorescence selling at strong premiums. Jewelry retail continues to improve, spurring better inventory orders.
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Miluji tyto příspěvky. Nikdo jim moc nerozumí a tak se neztrapňuje a já se zde vždy uklidním. Díky za ně a myslím to smrtelně vážně. Žádný poloblb či polointeligent zde nešíří své názory, nikdo se zde neuráží, prostě prima a fajn. :twisted:
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Som rád , že vo vlákne nájdete svoj relax.
Inak sú to odborné celotýždenne shrnutia najdôležitejších udalostí okolo diamantov.
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Budoucnost bitcoinu je v tom, že se vypnou počítače a bude po srandě! :D
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Rapaport Academy has created two online courses to help retailers improve their digital marketing and sales.

The e-learning platform launched the new programs in response to retailers’ requests for extra resources to help their online and in-store activities, it said Wednesday. Digital Marketing Essentials for Jewelers teaches retail-store owners how to use online marketing to boost their business and increase traffic and sales. The Diamonds & Jewelry Retail Sales Master Class covers the in-store sales process.

The new courses complement Rapaport Academy’s existing online classes, which help professionals boost their knowledge of the practical and commercial aspects of the diamond and jewelry industry.

The online format accommodates people’s busy schedules, allowing them to complete the courses at their own pace from any location and device.

Rapaport Academy is part of the Rapaport Group.
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