After the economic, financial and especially political turbulence that saw new actors on the international scenario and characterised the year 2016, the diamond market still gives reassuring signs.
Here is an example from Rapaport’s international price list, the only reference tool recognised in the diamond segment: in January 2017, diamonds ranging from 0.50 to 1.99 carats, with D-G colour and IF to VS2 clarity showed a 2.3% fall in their prices. No worries: the drop in the diamond prices is offset by the rise of the dollar against the euro. What does it mean for those who have invested or are willing to invest in diamonds? The diamond market is currently stable, but all indicators show an upcoming rise in their prices. Therefore, this is still a very good time for those who want to differentiate part of their assets with a medium-term view.
DSC’s price list is based on Rapaport’s data, it is expressed in euro and includes commissions of just 10%.
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