The final diamond sales cycle for 2018 saw good reports from De Beers Group after looking a bit rough over the last two years.
Russia’s biggest diamond mining firm sees China overtaking the U.S. as the world’s top buyer of the precious gemstone.
Millennials have also posed a challenge for the diamond industry.
Mountain Province Diamonds discovers "white octahedron," a 95-carat diamond unearthed from the Gahcho Kue mine in Canada.
Strong Chinese and Indian demand may propel diamond prices to new heights in 2018.
Support for synthetic, ethical and lab-grown diamond is growing amid issues on traditional diamond extraction.
De Beers has decided to shut down its troubled Snap Lake Mine.
Sales of rough diamonds in Belgium, Brazil and Botswana have not been impressive so far this year.
The sales of diamonds dipped but experts are expecting a rebound as winter holidays are coming up.