Gold

Gold

Despite Q2 weakness, strong first quarter ETF inflows fuelled a notable H1 recovery Gold demand (excluding OTC) was 8% lower y-o-y at 948t. Combined with Q1 this took H1 demand to 2,189t, up 12% y-o-y.

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Jewelry Retail

Jewelry Retail

The number of active US jewelry companies continued to decline in the second quarter, according to the latest data from the Jewelers Board of Trade (JBT).

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Watches

Watches

Swiss watch exports continued their eight-month upward swing in the first half of 2022 rising 11.9 percent year-over-year, led by strong demand in the U.S. market, the Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry said Tuesday.

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Lab-Grown Diamonds

Lab-Grown Diamonds

The Lab-Grown Diamond revolution is arguably the most exciting and dynamic new direction to happen in the jewelry industry since the introduction of quartz watches. THE MVEye has been studying the development and acceptance of lab-grown diamond since 2004.

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Silver

Silver

An often underappreciated but important component of silver’s use in industry is its essential role in brazing and soldering, with nearly a half-billion ounces of silver consumed in this sector in the past decade.

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Publicly Trade Jewelry Companies

Publicly Trade Jewelry Companies

Review the latest shareholder reports on publicly traded jewelry companies throughout the world.

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Mined Diamonds

Mined Diamonds

Dr. Evan M. Smith of GIA examines the ongoing challenge to find, evaluate, and develop the next generation of diamond deposits.

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Mining

Mining

Balancing inflation, rate hikes and political uncertainty Investors face a challenging environment during the second half of 2022, needing to navigate rising interest rates, high inflation and resurfacing geopolitical risks. In the near term, gold will likely remain reactive to real rates, driven by the speed at which global central banks tighten monetary policy in an effort to control inflation.

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