Botswana is full of diamond exploration, development and production companies. Here's a brief overview of six of them.
The Kimberley Process Certification Scheme's 2013 plenary meeting is being held this week, and some attendees hope that the initiative's shortcomings will be addressed.
Could there be a new diamond district in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan? North Arrow Minerals believes the answer is yes. Here, Ken Armstrong, the company's president and CEO, explains what recent news from the Pikoo diamond project means for the company.
Leibish & Co.'s chief buyer, Shmulik Polnauer, recently spoke with Diamond Investing News about the six pink diamonds and one red diamond his company purchased at the 2013 Argyle Pink Diamond Tender.
GemShares and the NASDAQ OMX Group are developing the GemShares Global Investment Grade Standard Diamond Basket Index in the hope of providing "a standardized pricing mechanism for valuing a diamond basket." In the long run, they hope it can be used to develop financial products like a diamond-backed ETF.
In an effort to bring some transparency to the diamond market, Bain & Company, in association with the Antwerp Diamond Centre, released a report that outlines the three stages of the industry's value chain. Here's an overview of the report.
Here's a look at eight diamond companies currently operating in Canada.
A new paper from researchers at India's National Geophysical Research Institute indicates that Southeast India may be home to diamonds.
In the past week, Stornoway Diamond has made two positive announcements regarding its Quebec-based Renard diamond project.
The weak rupee, along with low gold prices, is forcing Indian jewelers to shift their focus to diamonds, a move that could prove beneficial for cutting and polishing units in the country's tribal areas.