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Shares At Gem Diamond Leaps Up Over 10% With Its Recent Find Of ‘910 Carat’ Of ‘Colourless Diamond’


01/15/2018


Gem Diamond, the diamond miner, finds a rare diamond that represents only one percent of global diamonds ever found.



The Gem Diamonds’ shares went up over ten percent on Monday, 15 January 2018, as the company revealed that it has “uncovered a 910 carat, colourless diamond”, being the “fifth largest gem quality” of diamonds that is ever found.
 
Moreover, the diamond miner informed Reuters that the diamonds uncovered by Gem Diamond is a part of group that represents “less than 1 percent of all mined diamonds” all around the globe, while its value gets hiked up given its colourless property.
 
 
References:
reuters.com







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