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Trading remained standstill at the bullion market Trading remained standstill at the bullion market

Trading remain stand still at the Bullion market for yet another week as a large number jewellers and bullion traders across the country continued their over one-month old strike against the budgetary proposal to levy one per cent excise duty on non-silver jewellery.

Bullion markets remain shut to protest 1% excise duty Bullion markets remain shut to protest 1% excise duty

A large number of jewellery shops across the country remained closed on Saturday as gold traders continued their protest against one per cent excise duty on non-silver jewellery.

 Govt tweaks gold monetisation scheme Govt tweaks gold monetisation scheme

To make the gold monetisation scheme more attractive, the government has allowed investors to redeem the deposits in gold also

 Gold edges up on fresh buying, silver declines Gold edges up on fresh buying, silver declines

Gold prices edged up at the domestic bullion market here on mild demand from jewellery stockists and traders.

Jewellers keep up pressure, strike spills into 31st day Jewellers keep up pressure, strike spills into 31st day

Jewellers and bullion traders showed no signs of backing down in their protest against imposition of excise levy as the strike entered the 31st day Friday, with many keeping their shops shut demanding withdrawal of the budgetary proposal.

India's gold demand seen falling to 7-year low in March quarter India's gold demand seen falling to 7-year low in March quarter

The sluggish demand could weigh on global prices, which are headed towards their biggest quarterly gain in nearly 30 years, but will help the country bring down its trade deficit.

Bullion markets shut for 30th day protesting excise duty Bullion markets shut for 30th day protesting excise duty

Bullion and jewellery traders in several parts of the country, including Delhi and Kolkata today continued their strike for the 30th day, demanding roll back of 1 percent excise duty on non-silver jewellery proposed in the Union Budget.

 Gold futures up by Rs 78 on firm global cues Gold futures up by Rs 78 on firm global cues

Gold prices rose by Rs 78 to Rs 28,663 per 10 grams in futures trading today as speculators enlarged their positions amid a firming trend overseas.

Gold price heads for biggest quarterly rise in nearly 30 years Gold price heads for biggest quarterly rise in nearly 30 years

Gold has climbed 16 percent in the first three months of this year, its biggest quarterly rise since 1986, as concerns over global growth battered equities and sparked a wave of safe-haven buying.

Impasse over jewellers' demands continues, shops shut Impasse over jewellers' demands continues, shops shut

A large number of gold and jewellery establishments remained shuttered today as traders continued their strike to protest the Budget proposal to levy one percent excise duty on non-silver jewellery.

Gold falls Rs 46 in futures trade as weak global cues hurt Gold falls Rs 46 in futures trade as weak global cues hurt

Gold prices were down by Rs 46 to Rs 28,697 per 10 grams in futures trade today as participants cut down their holdings, largely in line with a weak trend overseas.

Gold price rebounds on renewed demand, silver weakens Gold price rebounds on renewed demand, silver weakens

Standard gold (99.5 purity) firmed up by Rs 75 per 10 grams to end at Rs 28,160 from yesterday's closing level of Rs 28,085.

Gold futures drop Rs 72 on weak global cues Gold futures drop Rs 72 on weak global cues

In a similar fashion, the metal for delivery in far-month June was trading down Rs 66, or 0.23 percent, to Rs 28,650 per 10 grams in 34 lots.

No finale to jewellers' "act" as strike nears one month No finale to jewellers' "act" as strike nears one month

A large number of jewellers and bullion traders in the country continued their strike Monday to protest the proposed 1 percent excise duty on non-silver jewellery.

Gold, silver extend slide on weak global cues, tepid demand Gold, silver extend slide on weak global cues, tepid demand

Continuing loses for the second straight session, gold prices plunged by Rs 275 to Rs 28,085 per ten grams at the bullion market today, tracking a weak trend overseas and low demand from jewellers.

'Jewellery sales may fall 40-50 tonnes in Jan-Mar on strike' 'Jewellery sales may fall 40-50 tonnes in Jan-Mar on strike'

Jewellery sales is likely to fall by 40-50 tonnes in the January-March period due to the ongoing strike against proposed 1 percent excise duty on non-silver jewellery, according to ICRA

Govt to walk extra mile to see jewellers are not harassed: Arun Jaitley Govt to walk extra mile to see jewellers are not harassed: Arun Jaitley

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday offered to walk the extra mile to ensure that small traders were not harassed but made it plain that luxury items cannot go untaxed.

Govt to walk extra mile to see jewellers are not harassed: FM Govt to walk extra mile to see jewellers are not harassed: FM

As the jewellers' strike against levy of excise duty entered fourth week, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today offered to walk the extra mile to ensure that small traders were not harassed but made it plain that luxury items cannot go untaxed.

Excise duty on jewellery: Jewellers not to withdraw strike Excise duty on jewellery: Jewellers not to withdraw strike

Traders body CAIT and All India Bullion Jewellers and Swarnkar Federation (AIBJSF) today said they will not withdraw their strike till the time government rolls back the proposal to impose 1 per cent excise duty on non-silver jewellery

Jewellers' strike: Kejriwal wants counterparts to write to Modi over excise duty rollback Jewellers' strike: Kejriwal wants counterparts to write to Modi over excise duty rollback

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has urged his state counterparts to write to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding a rollback of the 1% hike in excise duty on non-silver jewellery.