FORTNIGHTLY MARKET REPORT
Mumbai Market Has Eye on Hong Kong Show - There are many overseas and domestic buyers in the market and there is a clear demand for goods, but transactions have been slowed considerably due to the differences in asking and offering prices. The 5-7% increase in the price of rough diamonds at the February De Beers Diamond Trading Company (DTC) sight is the main factor in sellers’ insistence on higher polished prices.
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The industry is eagerly awaiting the 34th edition of the India International Jewellery Show (IIJS) which has become one of the most important events for the trade. The Indian industry is just about shaking off the effects of the past twelve months, including excise, demonetisation and sluggish demand, and the period of wait and watch now seems to be over. The optimism of manufacturers is also shining through in their fresh and innovative offerings that will be on display at IIJS.

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