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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment
Nov 11, 2021 10:40 AM By Rapaport News
Polished trading robust; US holiday orders driving demand. Bridal strong ahead of December engagement season, with spike in weddings expected in 2022. Designers using alternative shapes to satisfy consumer interest in unique jewelry. Rough demand steady and prices high during De Beers sight. Alrosa Oct. rough sales -2% to $293M. Lucara 3Q revenue +76% to $73M, profit of $13M vs. loss of $5.4M. Christie’s Geneva sells $59M (93% by lot), with pair of Marie Antoinette diamond bracelets going for $8M. Pluczenik partners with Nungu Diamonds in new South Africa polishing factory. Mountain Province appoints Mark Wall as CEO. Industry mourns the passing of Helene Fortunoff.

Fancies: Market robust. Prices high and stable, supported by supply shortages. 1.20 to 3.99 ct., F-J, VS-SI is hottest category and seeing shortages. Retailers offering broader product ranges as consumers seek alternative shapes. Dealers report increased sales of fancy-shape engagement rings. Rise in orders for Ovals, Pears, Emeralds, Princesses, long Radiants and Marquises. Ovals and Radiants closing price gap with Rounds. Oversizes trading at higher prices than usual. Excellent shape commanding premiums. Steady orders in China helping the market. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and difficult to sell.

United States: New York dealers filling orders and looking for goods. 1 ct. and larger expensive and in demand. A lot of memo calls with strong sell-through. Retail jewelers seeing good holiday momentum. Big brands and department stores enjoying healthy jewelry sales and looking to replenish sold inventory. Jewelry category may capitalize on supply delays affecting electronics and other popular holiday gifts.

Belgium: Sentiment positive, with growing optimism for the holiday season. Good dealer demand for large, expensive diamonds, high-end fancy shapes and luxury jewelry. Geneva auctions upbeat. Shortages in best-quality rounds, fancies and color diamonds. Rough market active during De Beers sight week.

Israel: Dealers busy and focused on supplying US market. Strong demand for round and fancy-shape, 1.50 to 3.99 ct., F-H, VS-I1 goods. Difficult to find better-quality stones above 1 ct. at reasonable prices. Diamonds below 0.70 ct. weakening. Nice, well-cut pears and ovals in short supply and selling at firm discounts.

India: Trading seasonally slow during Diwali break. Jewelers report strong retail sales over festive period. Industry leaders publish draft Diamond Charter to prevent certificate fraud. Polished manufacturer Asian Star sees 2Q sales jump to $157M vs. $67M a year earlier, profit more than doubles to $4M.

Hong Kong: Holiday orders supporting the market, with strong appetite for 1 ct., D-I, VS2-SI2, 3X goods. Sellers staying firm on prices amid solid demand and low supply. 0.30 to 0.80 ct. also moving well. Retail improving as Covid-19 restrictions ease; mainland China consumers continue spending domestically. Polished shipments into China more than triple to $2.32 billion in first nine months of 2021, Shanghai Diamond Exchange reports.
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment
Nov 25, 2021 10:30 AM
Sentiment positive as holiday sales gain momentum. Consumers continue to focus on meaningful gifting. Travel spending gradually returning. Manufacturers raising production after Diwali break amid shortages of better-quality RapSpec A3+ diamonds above 1 ct. De Beers Nov. sight -7% to $430M. Rio Tinto takes full ownership of Diavik mine. Chow Tai Fook 1H revenue +79% to $5.7B, profit +60% to $470M. Birks Group 1H revenue +48% to $67M, profit of $791K vs. loss of $2M. Indian government to require GJEPC membership for rough imports and exports. The Rapaport Group wishes all our friends a happy Thanksgiving and a successful holiday season.

Fancies: Market robust. Prices high and stable, supported by supply shortages. 1.20 to 3.99 ct., F-J, VS-SI is hottest category and seeing scarcities. Retailers offering broader product ranges as consumers seek alternative shapes. Dealers report increased sales of fancy-shape engagement rings. Rise in orders for Ovals, Pears, Emeralds, Princesses, long Radiants and Marquises. Ovals and Radiants closing price gap with Rounds. Oversizes trading at higher prices than usual. Excellent shapes commanding premiums. Steady demand in China helping the market. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and difficult to sell.

United States: Trade optimistic during peak selling period. Steady bridal sales as America anticipates 2022 wedding boom. Jewelry among strongest categories at department-store chains. Good demand for round, 1 to 3 ct., G-I, SI1-SI2 goods. Melee market buoyant; merchandise in short supply. Upward trend in oval and cushion, 2 to 3 ct., G-H, VS diamonds.

Belgium: Uncertainty returns amid European Covid-19 wave. Government tells citizens to work from home four days a week. US and Chinese holiday demand supporting market. Dealers struggling to buy at desired prices. Stable appetite for 1 to 2 ct., G-H, VVS2-SI, 3X diamonds. 0.50 to 0.70 ct. items also moving well.

Israel: Positive sentiment as dealers fill US orders. Holiday buying strong compared with past two years, but finding the right inventory is difficult. Steady market for commercial goods. 0.30 to 0.50 ct., D-G, SI2-I1 diamonds selling well. Far East demand improving for round, 2 to 5 ct., L-M, IF-VS goods.

India: Manufacturing resumes following Diwali break. Cutters’ profit margins squeezed under pressure from high rough prices. Some shortages evident due to Diwali production lull and seasonal demand. October polished exports rose 45% to $2.56 billion as sector met US holiday orders ahead of Diwali; rough imports up 2% to $1.38 billion.

Hong Kong: Holiday buying supporting the market. Strong sales of round and fancy-shape, 1 ct., D-I, VS2-SI2, 3X stones. Local retail positive amid economic recovery and improvement in Covid-19 situation. Continued hopes that borders will reopen. Chinese consumers showing interest in 2 to 5 ct., G-H, VS, 3X goods. Yellow diamonds moving well on mainland.
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Financial Data
Metals
Gold $1,771.44 +0.36%

Silver $22.78 +0.21%

Platinum $935.08 +0.90%

Palladium $1,676.83 +0.22%


Currencies
Euro $1.13 -0.09%

Pound $1.33 +0.12%

Yuan($) 6.37 +0.12%

Rupee($) 75.14 -0.17%


Stocks
Signet Jewelers $102.93 -0.13%

Chow Tai Fook HKD 13.98 -3.98%

Chow Sang Sang HKD 11.62 -1.36%

Titan INR 1,869.60 -0.04%

Richemont CHF 136.70 -1.58%

LVMH €686.60 -1.52%

Swatch Group CHF 271.40 -0.66%

Anglo American GBX 2,991.50 +2.77%

Petra Diamonds GBX 80.00 +1.91%

Lucara Diamond CAD 0.59 -4.84%

Gem Diamonds GBX 49.60 -3.31%
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment
Dec 2, 2021 10:35 AM By Rapaport News
Sentiment upbeat after strong start to holiday season. Jewelry sales +78% over Thanksgiving weekend, Mastercard SpendingPulse reports. Overall e-commerce -1.4%, according to Adobe. Signet Jewelers 3Q revenue +18% to $1.5B, profit up tenfold to $93M. Jewelers with inventory enjoying record season. Dealers struggling to buy at current prices. 1 ct. RAPI +0.9% in Nov. China and Hong Kong improving ahead of Lunar New Year. Concern that Covid-19 Omicron strain will limit trading due to new travel restrictions. Rough market stable for now; manufacturers worried about shortages and tighter profit margins. India Oct. polished exports +45% to $2.6B, rough imports +2% to $1.4B.

Fancies: Market robust. Prices high and stable, supported by supply shortages. 1.20 to 3.99 ct., F-J, VS-SI is hottest category and seeing scarcities. Retailers offering broader product ranges as consumers seek alternative shapes. Dealers report increased sales of fancy-shape engagement rings. Rise in orders for Ovals, Pears, Emeralds, Princesses, long Radiants and Marquises. Ovals and Radiants closing price gap with Rounds. Oversizes trading at higher prices than usual. Excellent shapes commanding premiums. Steady demand in China helping the market. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and difficult to sell.

United States: Retail jewelers seeing strong sales momentum and optimistic for 1H 2022. All categories moving well. Bridal and fashion driving growth. Dealers looking for inventory due to positive outlook. Some holding off on selling in hope that solid demand will continue and prices will rise further. 3 ct. and larger strong in rounds and fancies.

Belgium: Polished activity stable. Fewer foreign buyers in Antwerp as new Covid-19 variant restricts travel. US orders strong; Asian demand improving. Good interest in round, 1 to 2 ct., F-H, VVS1-SI1 diamonds. 0.30 to 0.40 ct. weak because of excess inventory; 0.50 to 0.70 ct. firm due to shortages. Larger stones also selling well. Dealers struggling to restock at reasonable prices. Rough market steady ahead of next week’s De Beers sight.

Israel: Polished prices benefiting from increasing demand and low supply of diamonds above 0.50 ct. Companies with inventory enjoying good season. US holiday orders driving market. Buyers looking for goods from India but finding it difficult to meet their needs due to high prices.

India: Polished sector buoyant as manufacturers focus on US and Far East holiday orders. Melee in demand and hard to find. 1 ct. and larger also selling well. Prices rising at rough tenders amid lower mining production. Local jewelry market positive. Industry welcomes US decision to drop proposed tariffs on select Indian goods.

Hong Kong: Trading upbeat during peak season. Solid interest in 1 ct., D-K, VVS-SI2 and 2 to 3 ct., G-H, VS-SI1 stones. Retail improving; sales of jewelry, watches and other hard luxury items +23% in October. Government still planning to reopen border with China as Omicron cases remain limited. Mainland seeing strong performance ahead of Lunar New Year; colored diamonds and gemstones popular.
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Financial Data
Metals
Gold $1,781.07 +0.03%

Silver $22.44 -0.72%

Platinum $955.49 -0.98%

Palladium $1,794.92 -0.55%


Currencies
Euro $1.13 -0.24%

Pound $1.32 -0.09%

Yuan($) 6.35 +0.07%

Rupee($) 75.40 +0.29%


Stocks
Signet Jewelers $89.27 +2.32%

Chow Tai Fook HKD 14.00 +1.74%

Chow Sang Sang HKD 11.62 -1.36%

Titan INR 1,869.60 -0.04%

Richemont CHF 144.20 -0.38%

LVMH €714.70 -1.42%

Swatch Group CHF 281.90 +5.30%

Anglo American GBX 2,991.50 +2.77%

Petra Diamonds GBX 70.00 +2.19%

Lucara Diamond CAD 0.58 0.00%

Gem Diamonds GBX 44.95 -0.99%
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment
Dec 9, 2021 10:30 AM By Rapaport News

Polished trading driven by last-minute US holiday orders and preparations for Chinese New Year. Retail emphasis on omni-channel, using digital to drive store traffic. Diamantaires satisfied with Dec. orders and overall 2021 results. Polished prices firm; 1 ct. RAPI +0.9% in Nov. Supply shortages in larger sizes. Sotheby’s NY Magnificent Jewels achieves $57M (84% by lot), with 6.11 ct., fancy intense blue, VS2 diamond ring selling for $8M ($1.3M/ct.). Christie’s NY garners $55M (91% by lot). Rough market robust during De Beers sight. Alrosa trims 2022 long-term client list. Angola hoping to grow into important diamond hub and seeking investment in mining and manufacturing.

Fancies: Market robust. Prices high and stable, supported by supply shortages. 1.20 to 3.99 ct., F-J, VS-SI is hottest category and seeing scarcities. Retailers offering broader product ranges as consumers seek alternative shapes. Dealers report increased sales of fancy-shape engagement rings. Rise in orders for Ovals, Pears, Emeralds, Princesses, long Radiants and Marquises. Ovals and Radiants closing price gap with Rounds. Oversizes trading at higher prices than usual. Excellent shapes commanding premiums. Steady demand in China helping the market. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and difficult to sell.

United States: 47th Street busy as dealers, vendors and buyers hustle for bargains before Christmas break. Steady retail jewelry sales; bridal and fashion categories dominating. High-end and antique segments also doing well. Round and fancy-shape, 1.20 to 3 ct., G-J, VS2-SI categories are hot. Fancies strong; nice ovals hard to find.

Belgium: Upbeat mood amid firm polished prices. Supply insufficient to meet demand. Solid market for commercial goods and for 1 to 5 ct., D-H, VS-SI stones. Dealers enjoying successful sales trips and returning just to restock. Fancy colors moving. Rough sector robust during De Beers sight week.

Israel: Trading positive. Focus is on filling final US holiday orders. Dealers looking to buy but struggling to find the right diamonds at profitable prices. 1 ct. SIs and oversizes are strongest categories. 1.50 ct. and larger proving scarce. Buying outside Israel difficult due to travel disruptions from Omicron outbreak.

India: Market stable. Orders from Hong Kong and China for 0.30 to 0.50 ct. improving, but excess inventory remains in these categories. Larger sizes seeing shortages, especially 3 ct. and above. Rough trading steady; demand good despite high prices. Manufacturers gradually raising production to alleviate scarcities and in anticipation of strong first quarter.

Hong Kong: Good activity as Chinese consumers shop ahead of Lunar New Year. Solid demand for 1 ct., D-K, VVS-SI diamonds. Fancy colors moving well on mainland, especially yellows and pinks. Local retail improving. Dealers cautious as travel restrictions remain. Talks continue over reopening Hong Kong-China border.
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment
Dec 16, 2021 10:30 AM By Rapaport News

Diamond trade enjoying best holiday season on record, fueling optimism for 2022. Dealers anticipate strong restocking in 1Q but are struggling to find goods at profitable rates. Inventory low and liquidity high. Shortage of 1 ct. and larger diamonds. Rough demand strong after recent supply constraints. Alrosa Nov. sales -14% to $334M. De Beers plans 2022 production of 30M to 33M cts. vs. 32M cts. this year. Petra Diamonds achieves $128M at FY2Q rough tender; average price +12% to $145/ct. Christie’s Paris online auction totals $12M (86% by lot). Global Witness warns against Myanmar (Burma) gemstones, claiming trade is fueling conflict and human-rights abuses.

Fancies: Market robust. Good demand across all sizes. 1.20 to 3.99 ct., F-J, VS-SI is the hottest category and seeing scarcities. 0.30 to 0.99 ct. improving. Prices high and stable, supported by supply shortages. Retailers offering broader product ranges as consumers seek alternative shapes. Dealers report increased sales of fancy-shape engagement rings. Rise in orders for Ovals, Pears, Emeralds, Princesses, long Radiants and Marquises. Ovals closing price gap with Rounds. Oversizes trading at higher prices than usual. Excellent shapes commanding premiums. Steady demand in China helping the market. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and difficult to sell.

United States: Buoyant activity in final weeks of the holiday season. Commercial categories and melee selling well. Dealers struggling to replenish inventory. Antique and vintage jewelry booming. Good consumer interest in 1 to 3 ct., I-N, SI1-I2 qualities. Shoppers spreading their spending throughout the season. Projections show slightly quieter Super Saturday than last year.

Belgium: Strong US market and improving European demand make for steady trading. Suppliers busy filling last-minute orders before the Christmas break. Some concerned rapid price increases may not be sustainable. Rough sector stable following De Beers sight. Low availability of rough is setting stage for robust January sales.

Israel: Upbeat mood after solid end-of-year sales. Dealers filling orders and looking for replacement goods. Rising expectations for jewelers’ first-quarter restocking. Stable demand for 1 ct., G-J, VS-SI, RapSpec A3+ diamonds. Shortages and firm rough prices making it difficult to buy new inventory.

India: Suppliers focused on final US holiday orders and early Chinese New Year demand. Manufacturers looking to raise production levels to alleviate scarcities but are cautious due to high rough prices. Polished inventory up due to spike in 0.30 to 0.50 ct. goods. GIA seeing reduced turnaround time of three to four weeks. Jewelers optimistic after strong Diwali and wedding season.

Hong Kong: Sentiment positive amid stable demand for 1 to 1.50 ct., D-H, VS2-SI2, 3X diamonds. Fancy shapes moving well, especially 1 ct. and larger hearts, pears and emeralds. Local retail improving; China robust. Mainland jewelry manufacturers operating at high capacity as stores prepare for Lunar New Year.
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Financial Data
Metals
Gold $1,788.21 -0.06%

Silver $22.48 +0.33%

Platinum $932.79 +0.27%

Palladium $1,724.31 +1.14%


Currencies
Euro $1.13 -0.09%

Pound $1.33 +0.06%

Yuan($) 6.38 +0.01%

Rupee($) 75.74 -0.27%


Stocks
Signet Jewelers $79.61 -4.89%

Chow Tai Fook HKD 14.02 +4.63%

Chow Sang Sang HKD 11.62 -1.36%

Titan INR 1,869.60 -0.04%

Richemont CHF 132.70 +0.87%

LVMH €701.50 +0.53%

Swatch Group CHF 266.60 -0.15%

Anglo American GBX 2,991.50 +2.77%

Petra Diamonds GBX 73.00 +1.39%

Lucara Diamond CAD 0.54 -1.82%

Gem Diamonds GBX 46.85 +2.29%
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Metals
Gold $1,804.03 -0.14%

Silver $22.82 -0.54%

Platinum $966.13 -0.09%

Palladium $1,928.38 -0.61%


Currencies
Euro $1.13 -0.50%

Pound $1.35 -0.31%

Yuan($) 6.37 +0.06%

Rupee($) 74.58 -0.10%


Stocks
Signet Jewelers $81.47 -5.33%

Chow Tai Fook HKD 13.68 -1.58%

Chow Sang Sang HKD 11.62 -1.36%

Titan INR 1,869.60 -0.04%

Richemont CHF 137.75 +0.44%

LVMH €727.90 -0.40%

Swatch Group CHF 279.30 +0.07%

Anglo American GBX 2,991.50 +2.77%

Petra Diamonds GBX 71.25 -1.04%

Lucara Diamond CAD 0.57 +1.79%

Gem Diamonds GBX 49.50 +4.76%
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Financial Data
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Gold $1,810.58 -0.85%

Silver $22.77 -2.56%

Platinum $982.17 -1.88%

Palladium $1,804.03 -1.12%


Currencies
Euro $1.13 -0.10%

Pound $1.35 -0.35%

Yuan($) 6.36 +0.31%

Rupee($) 74.47 +0.08%


Stocks
Signet Jewelers $95.38 +2.54%

Chow Tai Fook HKD 13.42 -3.73%

Chow Sang Sang HKD 11.62 -1.36%

Titan INR 1,869.60 -0.04%

Richemont CHF 143.30 +3.06%

LVMH €758.00 +1.88%

Swatch Group CHF 304.30 +3.93%

Anglo American GBX 2,991.50 +2.77%

Petra Diamonds GBX 69.00 -4.50%

Lucara Diamond CAD 0.59 0.00%

Gem Diamonds GBX 49.50 +1.75%
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment
Jan 6, 2022 10:30 AM By Rapaport News
Diamond market seasonally slow as US and European dealers gradually return to work. Focus shifts back to online trading as rapid spread of Covid-19 Omicron strain forces people to avoid offices and international travel. Polished prices supported by good Nov.-Dec. jewelry sales, supply shortages and high rough prices. Many buyers still on vacation. 1 ct. RAPI +5.3% in Dec., +17.4% in 2021. Optimism for 1Q as jewelers need goods following successful holiday season. Manufacturers concerned about potential rough price hikes at Jan. 17-21 De Beers sight. Rising expectations for Feb. 1 Chinese New Year. Hong Kong retail weak due to lack of mainland tourist shoppers.

Fancies: Market robust. Good demand across all sizes. 1.20 to 3.99 ct., F-J, VS-SI is hottest category and seeing scarcities. 0.30 to 0.99 ct. improving. Prices high and stable, supported by supply shortages. Retailers offering broader product ranges as consumers seek alternative shapes. Dealers report increased sales of fancy-shape engagement rings. Rise in orders for Ovals, Pears, Emeralds, Princesses, long Radiants and Marquises. Ovals closing price gap with Rounds. Oversizes trading at higher prices than usual. Excellent shapes commanding premiums. Steady demand in China helping the market. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and difficult to sell.

United States: Positive sentiment after the festive season. Mid-size and smaller dealers waiting for customers to report back on memo sales. Growing concern about polished price levels. Some suppliers are holding goods in anticipation of further increases, particularly in melee. Retailers assessing post-holiday inventory requirements. Jewelers report excellent November-December sales of lab-grown diamond jewelry.

Belgium: Antwerp market quiet with dealers on New Year vacation. Bourses to reopen on Monday, January 10. Omicron spread limiting activity and pushing focus to online trading.

Israel: Bourse quiet as country sees record Covid-19 cases amid Omicron spike. Some suppliers filling orders for Chinese New Year. Dealers waiting for US colleagues to return from break. US demand spurred 54% rise in polished exports in 2021 for total of $3.65 billion. Buyers struggling to find profitable product.

India: Business slow as US and European customers are on vacation. Positive expectations for trading once markets return. Merchandise in short supply as high rough prices have resulted in lower polished production. Local wedding season boosting jewelry sales, but latest Covid-19 wave creating concerns. January IIJS Signature show postponed indefinitely due to pandemic.

Hong Kong: Trading quieter during New Year’s slowdown. Stable demand for 1 ct., F-J, VS-SI, 3X diamonds; smaller stones seeing less movement. Omicron spread affecting local activity as government tightens containment measures. Outbreak dampening hopes of China border reopening. Positive mainland sentiment ahead of lunar festival.
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Gold $1,820.35 -0.39%

Silver $22.74 -0.32%

Platinum $967.87 -0.09%

Palladium $1,859.26 -0.79%


Currencies
Euro $1.14 +0.03%

Pound $1.36 -0.02%

Yuan($) 6.38 -0.14%

Rupee($) 73.86 +0.19%


Stocks
Signet Jewelers $85.24 -6.22%

Chow Tai Fook HKD 12.46 -2.35%

Chow Sang Sang HKD 11.62 -1.36%

Titan INR 1,869.60 -0.04%

Richemont CHF 134.95 +1.70%

LVMH €710.00 +1.04%

Swatch Group CHF 288.80 -2.33%

Anglo American GBX 2,991.50 +2.77%

Petra Diamonds GBX 72.00 +3.23%

Lucara Diamond CAD 0.60 0.00%

Gem Diamonds GBX 49.05 +0.93%
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Gold $1,813.79 +0.40%

Silver $22.94 +0.55%

Platinum $967.65 -0.02%

Palladium $1,814.97 +0.74%


Currencies
Euro $1.14 +0.16%

Pound $1.37 +0.02%

Yuan($) 6.36 -0.08%

Rupee($) 74.43 -0.19%


Stocks
Signet Jewelers $89.52 -0.79%

Chow Tai Fook HKD 13.32 +2.62%

Chow Sang Sang HKD 11.62 -1.36%

Titan INR 1,869.60 -0.04%

Richemont CHF 131.10 -1.80%

LVMH €675.40 -2.12%

Swatch Group CHF 285.80 -0.24%

Anglo American GBX 2,991.50 +2.77%

Petra Diamonds GBX 71.00 -6.58%

Lucara Diamond CAD 0.59 -1.67%

Gem Diamonds GBX 48.75 -1.52%
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment
Jan 20, 2022 10:30 AM By Rapaport News
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Diamond market hot as De Beers raises rough prices an estimated 15% for small goods, 5% to 12% for 3-grainer and larger. High premiums on secondary market due to scarcities. Polished demand strong, but suppliers waiting for better prices. Shortage of 3X stones above 0.70 ct. fueling price expectations. US retail driving growth. Signet Jewelers Nov.-Dec. sales +30% to $2.4B. Richemont jewelry maisons 3Q revenue +41% to $3.8B. Forecast mixed for Feb. 1 Chinese New Year. Petra Diamonds 1H sales +49% to $265M, prices +16%. India Dec. polished exports +3% to $1.8B, rough imports +19% to $2.3B. Tiffany & Co. executive Marc Jacheet to replace Stephen Lussier as CEO of De Beers brands.

Fancies: Market robust. Good demand across all sizes. 1.20 to 3.99 ct., F-J, VS-SI is hottest category and seeing scarcities. 0.30 to 0.99 ct. improving in VS and better clarities. Fancies below 0.30 ct. showing significant gains since Diwali. Supply shortages supporting prices. Retailers offering broader product ranges as consumers seek alternative shapes. Growing interest in fancy-shape engagement rings. Rise in orders for Ovals, Pears, Emeralds, Princesses, long Radiants and Marquises. Oversizes trading at higher prices than usual. Excellent shapes commanding premiums. Steady demand in China helping the market. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and difficult to sell.

United States: Positive post-holiday retail sales continue to stimulate polished trading. Dealers anticipate further price increases from Indian manufacturers. Shortage of 3X stones in most desirable categories. Some shifting from rounds to ovals since the latter are available at more affordable prices. Good demand for 2 ct. and larger, G-I, VS-SI diamonds.

Belgium: Dealers upbeat as momentum continues after excellent festive season. Strong competition for goods, but supply scarce. 1 to 3 ct., G-H, SI (3X, eye-clean) diamonds are hot. Melee market also strong. Rough trading robust during De Beers sight week. Fewer boxes than before on secondary market.

Israel: Slow traffic in the bourse due to spread of Covid-19 Omicron variant. Lifting of travel restrictions is enabling many to boost ties with US customers. Dealers optimistic amid good US orders and memo calls. Chinese demand lower than usual for period ahead of lunar festival. Steady interest in 1 to 1.99 ct., G-J, VS-SI items.

India: US market driving solid trading. Stable orders for 1 ct. and larger rounds in G-H, SI1-SI2 categories. Hong Kong demand softer despite Chinese New Year. Small goods in short supply; dealers struggling to replenish stock after running down inventories over the holidays. Pears, marquises and ovals moving well. Local jewelry strong during wedding season.

Hong Kong: Wholesale sentiment mixed amid rise in local Omicron cases. Government extending restrictions, resulting in retail slowdown as consumers stay home. Chinese demand weaker than expected for Lunar New Year shopping period. Jewelry manufacturers closing for the festival. Mainland store sales of gold, silver and jewelry down slightly in December but up 30% for full year, official figures sow
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment
Jan 20, 2022 10:30 AM By Rapaport News
Diamond market hot as De Beers raises rough prices an estimated 15% for small goods, 5% to 12% for 3-grainer and larger. High premiums on secondary market due to scarcities. Polished demand strong, but suppliers waiting for better prices. Shortage of 3X stones above 0.70 ct. fueling price expectations. US retail driving growth. Signet Jewelers Nov.-Dec. sales +30% to $2.4B. Richemont jewelry maisons 3Q revenue +41% to $3.8B. Forecast mixed for Feb. 1 Chinese New Year. Petra Diamonds 1H sales +49% to $265M, prices +16%. India Dec. polished exports +3% to $1.8B, rough imports +19% to $2.3B. Tiffany & Co. executive Marc Jacheet to replace Stephen Lussier as CEO of De Beers brands.

Fancies: Market robust. Good demand across all sizes. 1.20 to 3.99 ct., F-J, VS-SI is hottest category and seeing scarcities. 0.30 to 0.99 ct. improving in VS and better clarities. Fancies below 0.30 ct. showing significant gains since Diwali. Supply shortages supporting prices. Retailers offering broader product ranges as consumers seek alternative shapes. Growing interest in fancy-shape engagement rings. Rise in orders for Ovals, Pears, Emeralds, Princesses, long Radiants and Marquises. Oversizes trading at higher prices than usual. Excellent shapes commanding premiums. Steady demand in China helping the market. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and difficult to sell.

United States: Positive post-holiday retail sales continue to stimulate polished trading. Dealers anticipate further price increases from Indian manufacturers. Shortage of 3X stones in most desirable categories. Some shifting from rounds to ovals since the latter are available at more affordable prices. Good demand for 2 ct. and larger, G-I, VS-SI diamonds.

Belgium: Dealers upbeat as momentum continues after excellent festive season. Strong competition for goods, but supply scarce. 1 to 3 ct., G-H, SI (3X, eye-clean) diamonds are hot. Melee market also strong. Rough trading robust during De Beers sight week. Fewer boxes than before on secondary market.

Israel: Slow traffic in the bourse due to spread of Covid-19 Omicron variant. Lifting of travel restrictions is enabling many to boost ties with US customers. Dealers optimistic amid good US orders and memo calls. Chinese demand lower than usual for period ahead of lunar festival. Steady interest in 1 to 1.99 ct., G-J, VS-SI items.

India: US market driving solid trading. Stable orders for 1 ct. and larger rounds in G-H, SI1-SI2 categories. Hong Kong demand softer despite Chinese New Year. Small goods in short supply; dealers struggling to replenish stock after running down inventories over the holidays. Pears, marquises and ovals moving well. Local jewelry strong during wedding season.

Hong Kong: Wholesale sentiment mixed amid rise in local Omicron cases. Government extending restrictions, resulting in retail slowdown as consumers stay home. Chinese demand weaker than expected for Lunar New Year shopping period. Jewelry manufacturers closing for the festival. Mainland store sales of gold, silver and jewelry down slightly in December but up 30% for full year, official figures sow
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Financial Data
Metals
Gold $1,846.77 -0.11%

Silver $23.89 -0.05%

Platinum $1,025.68 +1.37%

Palladium $2,130.64 +1.06%


Currencies
Euro $1.13 -0.15%

Pound $1.35 -0.07%

Yuan($) 6.33 -0.04%

Rupee($) 74.86 +0.07%


Stocks
Signet Jewelers $85.87 +7.34%

Chow Tai Fook HKD 13.68 -1.58%

Chow Sang Sang HKD 11.62 -1.36%

Titan INR 1,869.60 -0.04%

Richemont CHF 128.05 +0.16%

LVMH €667.00 +0.63%

Swatch Group CHF 278.50 -3.87%

Anglo American GBX 2,991.50 +2.77%

Petra Diamonds GBX 83.50 -0.60%

Lucara Diamond CAD 0.61 +1.67%

Gem Diamonds GBX 48.50 +3.19%
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment
Jan 27, 2022 10:00 AM By Rapaport News
Positive market mood tempered by geopolitical tensions, stock-market volatility and continued Omicron spread. Dealers cautious about price levels despite good demand and shortages of 3X stones. Easier to sell than to buy. Rough trading steady amid low supply. Alrosa Jan. prices +5% to +7%; 2021 price index +33%, rough sales +50% to $4B, sales volume +27% to 45.5M cts. De Beers 2021 sales volume +60% to 36.3M cts., production +29% to 32.3M cts., average price +10% to $146/ct. Mid-tier miners Grib and Mountain Province see strong Jan. gains. High-end jewelry doing well. Swatch 2021 revenue +31% to $7.9B. Industry mourns passing of celebrated diamantaire Johnny Kneller.

Fancies: Market robust. Good demand across all sizes. 1.20 to 3.99 ct., F-J, VS-SI is hottest category and seeing scarcities. 0.30 to 0.99 ct. improving in VS and better clarities. Fancies below 0.30 ct. showing significant gains since Diwali. Supply shortages supporting prices. Retailers offering broader product ranges as consumers seek alternative shapes. Growing interest in fancy-shape engagement rings. Rise in orders for Ovals, Pears, Emeralds, Princesses, long Radiants and Marquises. Oversizes trading at higher prices than usual. Excellent shapes commanding premiums. Steady demand in China helping the market. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and difficult to sell.

United States: Positive sentiment at Miami Beach Antique Show despite lighter traffic. Good outlook for next week’s Tucson Centurion fair (January 29 to February 2). Buyers looking for merchandise but struggling to find it amid shortages and high prices. Fancy shapes selling well as dealers seek alternatives to expensive rounds. Suppliers with inventory are in strong position.

Belgium: Dealers more uncertain after recent price increases. Steady market for and scarcity of nice, commercial-quality, 3X goods. Far East demand slower now that Chinese New Year orders are complete. Stable US interest in 1-carat diamonds. Rough trading robust during Alrosa contract sale, with shortages and high premiums.

Israel: Some caution amid ongoing spread of Covid-19’s Omicron variant. Buyers looking for goods but wary of purchasing at current price levels. Suppliers lacking inventory. US wedding market driving solid interest in 1 ct., G-J, VS-SI items. Large stones and fancy shapes also selling well.

India: Continued strong demand and supply shortages driving optimism. US orders supporting market as lunar festival break begins in greater China. Good movement in most diamond categories. Polished production below capacity as rising rough prices reduce manufacturers’ profit margins. Local jewelry business steady during wedding season.

Hong Kong: Trading slow as Omicron cases grow and clients shut for Lunar New Year. China border closure limiting dealer and retail sectors. Chinese jewelers saw stable holiday period. Wholesalers focusing on other Asian markets during quiet season for mainland. Local Hong Kong store sales weak as government tightens Covid-19 restrictions.
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment
Feb 3, 2022 10:00 AM By Rapaport News
Diamond dealers busy but uncertain about market direction. Suppliers maintaining prices and expecting uptrend to continue; buyers concerned about replacement costs and tight profit margins. 1 ct. RAPI +6.9% in Jan. Price gains stimulated by expensive rough, scarcities and US demand. China quiet. Rough in short supply despite below-capacity manufacturing. De Beers Jan. sales of $660M consistent with last year but reflect lower volumes at higher prices. Miners pushing for more efficient supply chain; Alrosa reduces time between processing and sales by 15 to 25 days. LVMH 2021 jewelry and watch revenue +167% to $10.11B. India cuts polished diamond import duty from 7.5% to 5%.

Fancies: Market robust. Good demand across all sizes. 1.20 to 3.99 ct., F-J, VS-SI is hottest category and seeing scarcities. 0.30 to 0.99 ct. improving in VS and better clarities. Fancies below 0.30 ct. showing significant gains since Diwali. Supply shortages supporting prices. Retailers offering broader product ranges as consumers seek alternative shapes. Growing interest in fancy-shape engagement rings. Rise in orders for Ovals, Pears, Emeralds, Princesses, long Radiants and Marquises. Oversizes trading at higher prices than usual. Excellent shapes commanding premiums. Steady demand in China helping the market. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and difficult to sell.

United States: Slower trading than previous weeks. Buyers concerned about rising prices. Dealers struggling to make profit when replacing sold goods. Steady demand for 1 to 2 ct., D-F, IF-VVS, but transactions very price-sensitive. Jewelry retail upbeat as sales momentum continues, fueling strong expectations for Valentine’s Day. Positive sentiment at Centurion show.

Belgium: Trade optimistic, particularly rough dealers. Some concern that rough and polished price growth is fueling speculation. Difficult to buy. Suppliers with inventory in strong position. Steady demand for 1 to 1.50 ct., D-J, VS-SI, 3X goods. European luxury retail doing well.

Israel: Light activity in the bourse due to high Covid-19 infection rates. Dealers looking for goods but struggling to purchase at current price levels. Suppliers focused on US market and online trading. Growing concerns that stock-market volatility may influence diamond-industry sentiment.

India: Stable market supported by US orders. Stars, melee and parcel goods in demand despite recent price increases. Steady movement of certified goods. Suppliers raising asking prices due to higher rough costs; buyers growing cautious. Manufacturers operating at estimated 75% of capacity, with rough shortages hurting smaller operations.

Hong Kong: Wholesale and retail quiet over Chinese New Year period. Covid-19 restrictions also limiting activity. Luxury segment hurt by lack of tourist shoppers: Visitors to Hong Kong fell 97% to just 91,398 in 2021. Retail sales of jewelry, watches, clocks and other valuable gifts jumped 27% to $4.98 billion for the year. China also slow during the holiday season.
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment
Feb 17, 2022 10:30 AM By Rapaport News
Sentiment mixed following sharp rise in rough and polished prices. Rough selling at unsustainable premiums on secondary market, fueled by speculation and shortages. Further increases likely at De Beers sight. Alrosa to buy from Gokhran Feb. sale to fill supply gaps. US jewelry revenues +20% in Jan., according to Mastercard SpendingPulse. Rising concerns about retail slowdown amid high inflation, geopolitical tensions and stock market volatility. India Jan. polished exports +15% to $2.1B, rough imports -4% to $1.2B. Belgium Jan. polished exports +21% to $660M, rough imports +42% to $889M. Sotheby’s sets $48M estimate for 15.10 ct., fancy-vivid-blue, IF diamond at April auction.

Fancies: Market robust. Good demand across all sizes. 1.20 to 3.99 ct., F-J, VS-SI is hottest category and seeing scarcities. 0.30 to 0.99 ct. improving in VS and better clarities. Fancies below 0.30 ct. showing significant gains since Diwali. Supply shortages supporting prices. Retailers offering broader product ranges as consumers seek alternative shapes. Growing interest in fancy-shape engagement rings. Rise in orders for Ovals, Pears, Emeralds, Princesses, long Radiants and Marquises. Oversizes trading at higher prices than usual. Excellent shapes commanding premiums. Steady demand in China helping the market. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and difficult to sell.

United States: Dealers frustrated with lack of available goods, particularly in melee. Traders seeing some memo calls and interest in filling specific orders. Very little buying for bulk programs due to high prices. Good demand for 1.50 to 3 ct., J, VS1-I1, 3X diamonds. Large marquises hot. Retail jewelers upbeat about Valentine’s Day after strong January sales.

Belgium: Sentiment positive as value of inventory continues to rise. Dealers struggling to find profitable goods. Steady demand for 0.30 to 0.70 ct., G-H, VS-SI. Fancy shapes robust. US orders driving business. Far East relatively quiet. Rough sector booming ahead of next week’s De Beers sight.

Israel: Traders concerned about price speculation. Sold items proving difficult to replace as valuations keep increasing. Suppliers focusing on e-commerce amid ongoing Covid-19 Omicron infections. Strong interest in 0.01 to 0.29 ct. parcel goods. Rough prices climbing; secondary market seeing record high premiums.

India: Upbeat mood as US demand drives sales. Hong Kong and China slow. Both certified and non-certified stones in short supply. Smaller parcel goods hard to find. Steady orders for 1 ct., VS1-I2, F-K diamonds. Fancy shapes moving well. Rough scarcities limiting polished production. Larger manufacturers enjoying good liquidity and gaining market share.

Hong Kong: Polished trading down due to spike in Covid-19 cases. Wholesale resuming slowly after Chinese New Year. Retail weak due to pandemic and lack of tourist shoppers; China border remains closed. Mainland market gradually improving but seasonally quiet. Jewelers saw vibrant gold sales during lunar festival. Solid interest in 0.30 to 0.70 ct., H-J, VS diamonds, but buyers hesitant due to price levels.
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Financial Data
Metals
Gold $1,908.37 -0.53%

Silver $24.01 +0.38%

Platinum $1,083.63 -0.32%

Palladium $2,345.72 -1.39%


Currencies
Euro $1.13 +0.23%

Pound $1.36 -0.02%

Yuan($) 6.34 +0.00%

Rupee($) 74.58 +0.39%


Stocks
Signet Jewelers $77.81 +1.47%

Chow Tai Fook HKD 16.38 +0.99%

Chow Sang Sang HKD 11.62 -1.36%

Titan INR 1,869.60 -0.04%

Richemont CHF 128.65 -0.54%

LVMH €672.20 -2.05%

Swatch Group CHF 288.70 +0.87%

Anglo American GBX 2,991.50 +2.77%

Petra Diamonds GBX 103.00 -2.83%

Lucara Diamond CAD 0.65 -2.99%

Gem Diamonds GBX 50.55 -2.60%
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Financial Data
Metals
Gold $1,896.37 -0.25%

Silver $24.13 -0.05%

Platinum $1,075.78 +0.35%

Palladium $2,286.86 +0.13%


Currencies
Euro $1.13 +0.14%

Pound $1.36 +0.17%

Yuan($) 6.33 -0.18%

Rupee($) 74.67 +0.03%


Stocks
Signet Jewelers $77.81 +1.47%

Chow Tai Fook HKD 16.26 -0.73%

Chow Sang Sang HKD 11.62 -1.36%

Titan INR 1,869.60 -0.04%

Richemont CHF 128.65 -0.54%

LVMH €669.20 -0.45%

Swatch Group CHF 284.60 -1.42%

Anglo American GBX 2,991.50 +2.77%

Petra Diamonds GBX 101.00 -1.94%

Lucara Diamond CAD 0.65 -2.99%

Gem Diamonds GBX 49.80 -1.48%
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Rapaport Weekly Market Comment
Feb 24, 2022 10:00 AM By Rapaport News
War shakes global markets. Polished trading steady. Buyers more cautious due to concerns about rising prices. Rough robust during sight week. Shortages on secondary market driving “bren” premiums. De Beers 2021 revenue +65% to $5.6B, underlying earnings of $345M vs. loss of $102M in 2020, price index +11%. Prices for smaller rough +5% at Feb. sight. Alrosa prices estimated +10% at Feb. sale. Rio Tinto 2021 diamond revenue +9% to $501M, earnings of $99M vs. $9M previous year. Petra Diamonds 1H sales +49% to $265M, profit -26% to $49M. Industry mourns passing of Dorothée Gizenga, longtime advocate for artisanal miners.

Fancies: Market robust. Good demand across all sizes. 1.20 to 3.99 ct., F-J, VS-SI is hottest category and seeing scarcities. 0.30 to 0.99 ct. improving in VS and better clarities. Fancies below 0.30 ct. showing significant gains since Diwali. Supply shortages supporting prices. Retailers offering broader product ranges as consumers seek alternative shapes. Growing interest in fancy-shape engagement rings. Rise in orders for Ovals, Pears, Emeralds, Princesses, long Radiants and Marquises. Oversizes trading at higher prices than usual. Excellent shapes commanding premiums. Steady demand in China helping the market. Off-make, poorly cut fancies illiquid and difficult to sell.

United States: Trade optimistic but more cautious than before. Slight slowdown in 3 ct. and larger diamonds, which were hot in previous weeks. 1 to 1.25 ct., G-J, VS-I1 goods selling well. Melee still strong and difficult to source. Dealers struggling to buy due to rising prices. Retail momentum continuing, especially for high-end jewelers.

Belgium: Positive sentiment amid steady US and European orders. Good demand for 1 to 1.50 ct., G-J, VS-SI diamonds. Rough trading solid during De Beers and Alrosa sales week; secondary market seeing shortages and high premiums. Several diamantaires traveled to UAE for Dubai Multi-Commodities Centre (DMCC) conference and JGT show. Dubai upping competition with Antwerp for share of rough sector.

Israel: Bourse activity relatively quiet. Suppliers filling more orders online; focus is on US clients. Slight drop in sales due to seasonality and high prices. Dealers hesitant to purchase at current valuations but also unwilling to sell for the lower sums buyers would likely offer. Israel Diamond Exchange opens office in DMCC.

India: Mood upbeat. Stable orders from US and China as well as domestic jewelers. Improvement in VVS-SI category. Slowdown in cheap diamonds below $200 in I1 and lower clarity. Fancies moving well, especially above 1.20 ct. Strong rough demand due to scarcities in secondary market. Large manufacturers’ good liquidity and access to rough are strengthening their position.

Hong Kong: Wholesale and retail segments sluggish as Covid-19 infections continue spreading fast. No lockdown, but people encouraged not to go out. Luxury stores seeing little traffic and are sending sales staff home. Chinese market seasonally slow after Lunar New Year. Dealer trading starting to pick up but without any urgency to purchase at current prices.
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