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Gold has become more alluring than ever before

Gold has become more alluring than ever before

Free Press Journal’s Jescilia Karayamparambil and RN Bhaskar spoke to World Gold Council’s managing director Somasundaram PR to elicit hi...Read More

Demand for gold should revive once price stabilises

Demand for gold should revive once price stabilises

In his current stint of over 7 years, Keyur Shah is CEO of Muthoot Exim which is the precious metal vertical of the Muthoot Pappachan Gro...Read More

Gold regains status as safe haven asset

Gold regains status as safe haven asset

Gold is re-emerging as a safe haven, leading to record price levels amid the turmoil in other asset classes. The World Gold Council says ...Read More

Higher taxes, transparency  rules to hurt gold demand

Higher taxes, transparency  rules to hurt gold demand

Mumbai : India’s gold demand grew by 9.1 per cent to 727 tonne in 2017 due to low prices coinciding with Dhanteras, positive economic bac...Read More

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Growth will support gold demand: WGC

yellow Metal’s safe-haven status remains unchallenged

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Govt should take steps to curb black market deals in gold : Y.V. Reddy

New Delhi : The government should take steps to curb black market transactions in gold which have an adverse effect on the economy, accor...Read More

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Long-term, gold use looks good despite note ban: WGC

Mumbai : Gold demand in India — the world’s largest consumer — has been affected in the short-term because of the shock demonetisation, b...Read More

Note ban impact on gold buying will wane after budget: World Gold Council

Note ban impact on gold buying will wane after budget: World Gold Council

New Delhi: India’s demonetisation drive has impacted gold demand in the short term but buying is showing signs of revival and post the pr...Read More

Gold: Strong undercurrents; stronger demand

Gold: Strong undercurrents; stronger demand

Gold continues to fascinate and perplex. Unlike as during the earlier two decades, central banks the world over have been net purchasers ...Read More

WGC revises downward 2016 gold demand by 12% to 750-850 tonnes

WGC revises downward 2016 gold demand by 12% to 750-850 tonnes

New Delhi: India’s gold demand has bee revised downwards by 12 per cent to 750-850 tonnes for this year after it fell by 18 per cent to 1...Read More

India’s gold demand falls 39% in Q1-2016 to 116.5 tonnes

India’s gold demand falls 39% in Q1-2016 to 116.5 tonnes

Mumbai: Gold demand in India declined by 39 per cent during the first quarter of this year at 116.5 tonnes due to jewellers’ strike over ...Read More

Soaring prices may hit gold sales on Akshaya Tritiya

Soaring prices may hit gold sales on Akshaya Tritiya

Mumbai: Akshaya Tritiya, considered an auspicious day to buy gold, is likely to be lacklustre this time as jewellers are expecting negati...Read More

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PC Jeweller buys WGC’s bridal gold jewellery brand ‘AZVA’

New Delhi : PC Jeweller has acquired premium bridal gold jewellery brand ‘AZVA’ from the World Gold Council (WGC) for an undisclosed amou...Read More

India gold demand remains flat at 849 tonnes in 2015: WGC

India gold demand remains flat at 849 tonnes in 2015: WGC

Mumbai : India remained cautious on gold buying in 2015 as demand remained nearly flat at 848.9 tonnes compared to the previous year, acc...Read More

Gold Q2 demand falls 12% on lower appetite in Asia: WGC

Gold Q2 demand falls 12% on lower appetite in Asia: WGC

Mumbai: Gold demand declined 12 per cent globally to a six-year low of 914.9 tonnes in the second quarter, mainly due to a decrease in de...Read More

Gold demand will rise, says WGC

Gold demand will rise, says WGC

Kolkata :  The World Gold Council is confident that 2014 would end on a robust note in gold demand in India, contrary to the initial drop...Read More

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Gold to be costlier after hike in import duty: WGC

New Delhi: World Gold Council (WGC) today said hike in import duty on gold will make the precious metal expensive, while cautioning that ...Read More

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