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    Yeah, Crescat 👍 Three operating mines by Christmas?? I think so.

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    3 duds by xmas way to go

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    Is MED still in liquidation?

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    Analysts: Rise of Rough Prices Triggered by Upsurge in Polished Prices
    VTB Capital: Polished prices remain at the high levels of the past holiday season

    הדפס
    10.02.2021World
    rough diamonds lulu angola lucapa
    Credit: Lucapa
    A report in Rough & Polished, summing up analysts at Moscow-based investment bank VTB Capital, says that the increase in rough prices by De Beers and Alrosa recently “was triggered by an upsurge in polished prices over the past six months […] including January”.

    round polished diamonds display
    Credit: Almarina / shutterstock.com

    In their review, the bank’s analysts remarked that polished diamond prices remain at the high levels of the past holiday season. The analysts forecast that demand for rough “will continue during the first quarter of 2021, despite rising rough prices and falling global production”.

    rough diamonds diamcor Africa
    Credit: Diamcor Mining

    As for production, VTB Capital said that it expects the total diamond output in 2021 not to change significantly, “since the complete depletion of the Argyle Mine will fully offset the growth in production reached by De Beers and ALRO

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    Answer the question.

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    Diamond Prices Regain Their Sparkle
    Pent-up jewelry demand has lifted the gems’ valuations while online sales have grown

    Polished diamond prices have climbed to their highest level in nearly a year and a half.
    PHOTO: JOHANNA GERON/REUTERS
    By Will Horner
    Feb. 9, 2021 5:30 am ET
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    Diamond prices have rebounded from a coronavirus-driven slump thanks to the reopening of some economies in Asia and strong jewelry sales around the world over the holiday period.

    Polished diamond prices are up 5.1% from their lowest point in March, putting them at their highest level in nearly a year and a half, according to a gauge compiled by the International Diamond Exchange.

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    Why are you still holding? A decade of failure and capital losses. I remember MNM being over 40c back in the potash or whatever days. So after the 100:1 consolidation you would need a $40 share price to break even!
    Good luck with that!

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    dud city,,,

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    another dud week dud month dud year nothing new good luck dyor

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    another dulux year for shareholders

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    AUL merging with White Rock = never looked better.

    We’ve always known the gold is in their huge 679sq km position in an A grade gold province.

    Now the financial muscle is there to develop it.

    MED still looks a better bet to you does it?

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    Another dud week

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    Great to see all the support from WRM holders.

    We all know the merged entity will 10 bag.

    Bring it on.

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    which decade .wont happen . imo go the dud

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    putting lipstick on a pig
    A term used by many, generally in reference to someone who may be trying to make something or someone look appealing or attractive when it quite clearly will not work, or will only deceive the dumbest of people.

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    Each AUL share is worth 79% of the WRM SP.

    Do the maths.

    😂😂😂😂😂

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    yep worth 2 tins of dulux..go the dud

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    2 tins? So it’s multi-tinner?

    Medmedmedmedmedmedmed...

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    great tax strategy go the super dud wrm team are winners lol

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