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Lucapa Diamond Company Limited (LOM.AX)

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Previous Close0.0470
Open0.0470
Bid0.0460 x 0
Ask0.0470 x 0
Day's Range0.0460 - 0.0470
52 Week Range0.0420 - 0.0900
Volume3,947,374
Avg. Volume1,634,246
Market Cap38.326M
Beta (5Y Monthly)-0.01
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.0210
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est0.50
  • It Looks Like Lucapa Diamond Company Limited's (ASX:LOM) CEO May Expect Their Salary To Be Put Under The Microscope
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    It Looks Like Lucapa Diamond Company Limited's (ASX:LOM) CEO May Expect Their Salary To Be Put Under The Microscope

    Lucapa Diamond Company Limited ( ASX:LOM ) has not performed well recently and CEO Stephen Wetherall will probably need...

  • Reuters

    RPT-From carats to peanuts: how a pandemic upended the global diamond industry

    As the coronavirus pandemic upended the global diamond industry, shuttering mines from Lesotho to Canada and disrupting supply chains, Rajen Patel swapped diamond polishing for peanut farming. With temporary mine closures at risk of becoming permanent, diamond miners are seeking ways to extract more value from their stones. The lone bright spot has been steady demand for large, high-quality diamonds from affluent investors, according to financiers and sales data.

  • Reuters

    From carats to peanuts: how a pandemic upended the global diamond industry

    * Global diamond supply chains convulsed by pandemic * Diamond polishers in India switch to farming * Miners seek new supply deals to boost margins * Mines from Canada to Lesotho still shuttered By Helen Reid, Tanisha Heiberg and Rajendra Jadhav JOHANNESBURG/MUMBAI, Aug 12 - As the coronavirus pandemic upended the global diamond industry, shuttering mines from Lesotho to Canada and disrupting supply chains, Rajen Patel swapped diamond polishing for peanut farming. Patel, who worked for a decade in India's Surat where about 80% of the world's diamonds are polished, joined the exodus of gem workers leaving the city as cases of the virus shot up.