De Beers implements third consecutive diamond price hike

  • February 23, 2021 12:23 PM AEDT
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Reportedly, De Beers Group has increased its diamond price by around 4% in its second sale of 2021, as per the media reports.

  • The Anglo-American PLC unit has raised its prices for the third time in a row after the global economy took a pace post-pandemic.
  • The strong holiday sales in the US and Chinese New Year have boosted the prospects for diamond.
  • The current price rise in Botswana is followed by last month's price hike of 5% and another price hike during December.
  • The price hike mostly covers rough stones that would produce 2 to 4-carat gemstone. The prices for such stones rose more than 7%.
  • The company recorded its biggest sales of three years in January and expects robust earnings like its peers in the upcoming future.



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