Economic slowdowns, geopolitical tensions, and the rising popularity of lab-grown diamonds are clouding the outlook for mined diamonds.
Grib is the Belgium-based subsidiary of Russian company JSC AGD Diamonds, which also was sanctioned.
OFAC sanctioned four companies it claims are helping fund the Wagner Group, the organization that just attempted a coup in Russia.
The mood among diamantaires is fairly optimistic despite the challenges brought about by sanctions and a cloudy economic outlook.
New regulations could block the pathway that allows diamonds cut and polished outside of Russia to enter the United States.
Experts and Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff share views on natural diamond prices, lab-grown supply, and diamond jewelry sales in 2023.
According to Russian news sources, the sanctioned head of the diamond company is leaving to take a job with an investment group.
The colored stone company will donate 100 percent of the proceeds to a charity that supports the country.
The company upped its 2022 production guidance despite warning of a potential slowdown in diamond jewelry sales. Here’s why.
The 2008 economic crisis, COVID-19, and sanctions on Russian goods have set the stage for an interesting decade for natural diamond supply.
Jewelers of America's David Bonaparte and Jewelers Vigilance Committee's Tiffany Stevens discuss how to navigate the Russia-Ukraine crisis.
Strength in rough diamond sales continues, but the war in Ukraine and COVID lockdowns in China have companies on alert.
Iris Van der Veken has quit while Pandora and Richemont are leaving RJC, citing the council’s soft stance on Russian companies.