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ALROSA Expects 2016 Sales of $3.5B
Expects ALROSA expects to sell $3.5 billion of diamonds in 2016 as growth in demand for precious stones remains minimal,
News Dec 23, 2015 Rapaport News
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Alrosa Unit Diamonds Go Missing at Gokhran
Severalmaz, the mining unit of Alrosa, said that some of the 150,000 carats of diamonds it gave to Gokhran for
News Aug 30, 2015 Rapaport News
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Gokhran Struggles to Find New Exec.
Russia's precious metals and gems repository Gokhran is having difficulty finding a replacement for its current executive,
News May 13, 2013 Deena Taylor
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ALROSA: The Lesser-Known Diamond Giant
ALROSA, the lesser known of the two diamond mining giants, is emerging from its own ‎shadows and
Analysis Dec 21, 2012 Avi Krawitz
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ALROSA Sells Rough to Gokhran
ALROSA sold an undisclosed amount of rough diamonds to Russia's state-owned Gokhran in the second quarter of 2012, marking ‎the
News Aug 15, 2012 Avi Krawitz
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India Requests Russia to Increase Rough Diamond Supply
India has asked Russia to push ALROSA for an early conclusion of long-term supply contracts so that more Indian
News Mar 28, 2012 Dilipp S Nag
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Let ALROSA List!
Following ALROSA’s prospective initial public offering (IPO) can be confusing at times. While management remains understandably aloof
Analysis Feb 10, 2012 Avi Krawitz
Gokhran Plans to Hold Diamond Stockpile
The Russian Ministry of Finance said it is not planning to sell off the stockpiled diamonds bought by Gokhran, the state treasury, from ALROSA, the
Features Oct 01, 2010 Anastasia Serdyukova
Gokhran Considers Offers for its Diamond Stockpile
Gokhran, Russia’s state repository, is considering selling the stockpile of diamonds it bought from ALROSA during 2009, Bloomberg reported. “We are being asked
News Aug 29, 2010 Avi Krawitz
Ramping Up the Carats
ALROSA, Russia’s largest diamond miner, produced 16.6 million carats in the first six months of 2010, slightly less than the amount it mined
Analysis Aug 01, 2010 Anastasia Serdyukova
Absorbing Gokhran
ALROSA’s president, Fyodor Andreev, said this week that the Russian government is mulling the sale of part of its diamond stockpile as a means to ensure
Analysis Jul 15, 2010 Avi Krawitz
Russia Debates Selling Diamond Stockpile
The Russian State Treasury may sell some of its diamond stock on the open market so that rough prices won't go up due to speculative demand
News Jul 12, 2010 Anastasia Serdyukova
ALROSA's 1H10 Production -5% to 17M Cts.
Preliminary results for first-half production at ALROSA suggested that the diamond mining company produced nearly 17 million carats of rough during the first
News Jul 09, 2010 Jeff Miller
Just Say No
When former First Lady Nancy Reagan embarked on a campaign to fight the war on drugs, rather than legalize the use of harmful substances, she
Analysis Jul 01, 2010 Avi Krawitz
An Abnormal Company
De Beers managing director Gareth Penny stressed in a recent interview with London’s Financial Times that the company has shed its “mystique” as the
Analysis Jun 24, 2010 Avi Krawitz
Zale Secures Loan From Golden Gate
Zale Corporation obtained a new $150 million, five-year, senior-secured-term loan from Golden Gate Capital. The private equity firm plans to utilize the
Features Jun 01, 2010 Rapaport
Rapaport Weekly Market Report 05/06/2010
Between the LinesRough Market: The Unknown Angolan Factor ALROSA reported that the Angolan mining firm Catoca posted a profit of $70 million
Analysis May 07, 2010 Avi Krawitz
Rapaport Weekly Market Report 04/23/2010
Between the LinesMining: Production LevelsThe major diamond mining companies significantly boosted their production in the first quarter of 2010 compared with the
Analysis Apr 23, 2010 Avi Krawitz
Holding Rough
The two largest diamond mining companies, ALROSA and De Beers, have released a series of data in the past two to three weeks that have
Analysis Apr 22, 2010 Avi Krawitz
ALROSA Sells $1B of Rough Diamonds in 1Q
ALROSA reported that it sold $1 billion worth of rough diamonds to the market in the first quarter of 2010, a level that surpassed its previous estimates
News Apr 22, 2010 Avi Krawitz
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