Diavik diamond output down in Q1 as production suspended due to fatal plane crash

Diamond production at Rio Tinto’s Diavik mine in Canada fell 22% year on year to 740,000 carats in the first quarter of 2024. The company suspended production at the mine after four workers lost their lives in a plane crash in January.

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ART-MOSCOW Jewelry Street

The Moscow Gostiny Dvor event hall hosts the ART MOSCOW fair of modern, classical and jewelry art, which unites four sections: Antiques, Design Gallery, Contemporary Art and Jewelry Art.

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Jubilee third financial quarter PGM 6E output slides

Jubilee Metals’ platinum group metals 6E (PGM 6E) production in South Africa dropped to 8 339 oz in the third quarter of the fiscal year (FY) 2024 compared to 10 131 oz in the second quarter of FY2024, mainly due to reduced available...

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Jewelry of the Emirates exhibition to be held in Sharjah on May 30 - June 2

The Jewelry of the Emirates exhibition will be held in Sharjah from May 30 to June 2. This year marks its fifth edition, and local craftsmen are in focus. The main emphasis will be placed on the products of local jewelers made of gold, platinum, silver...

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West African finds high-grade gold in Burkina Faso

Recent infill underground diamond drilling within the main lode at the M1 South (M1S) at the Sanbrado gold operations in Burkina Faso yielded high-grade gold mineralisation, according to West African Resources.

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Facing Facts: ‘Cautiously Bullish’ on Gold in 2024

22 march 2024

By Debajit Saha, Shrea Paul

(lbma.org.uk) - 2023 was a stellar year for gold. However, despite gold’s record-breaking performance last year, investors remain cautious.