Anglo American plc has announced the value of the rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales And Auctions) for De Beers’ fifth sales cycle of 2021, amounting to US$470 million.
Owing to the restrictions on the movement of people and products in various jurisdictions around the globe, De Beers Group has continued to implement a more flexible approach to rough diamond sales during the fifth sales cycle of 2021, with the Sight event extended beyond its normal week-long duration. As a result, the provisional rough diamond sales figure quoted for Cycle 5 represents the expected sales value for the period 7 June to 22 June and remains subject to adjustment based on final completed sales.
Bruce Cleaver, CEO, De Beers Group, comments:
“With demand for diamond jewellery in the key consumer markets of the US and China continuing to be positive, and midstream capacity in India returning, we have seen strong demand for rough diamonds during the fifth sales cycle. Overall sentiment is increasingly optimistic as we move towards the second half of the year and, while risks as a result of the global pandemic persist, we have been encouraged by the condition of the market.”
Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/mining/23062021/anglo-american-reports-latest-de-beers-rough-diamond-sales-value/
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