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The most valuable diamond sold at this year’s tender, a 2.28-carat fancy purplish-red, toppled a record set just last year.
The strongest demand is at the top end of the market, with De Beers allowing sightholders to hold off on buying lower-value rough for now.
Diamond production also was down year-over-year due to the loss of the Mir underground mine.
Market sentiment was positive last month after the Las Vegas jewelry shows demonstrated robust U.S. demand, according to the Rapaport Group. 
The diamond miner and marketer sold $575 million in rough in the fifth sales cycle of 2018, up from $541 million last year.
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