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Gold price down Rs 126 at Rs 29,387 per 10 grams Gold price down Rs 126 at Rs 29,387 per 10 grams

Gold prices were down by Rs 126 to Rs 29,387 per 10 grams in futures trade Wednesday as participants cut down their holdings amid a weak trend overseas.

 

Jewellers may end month-old strike in 'next few days' Jewellers may end month-old strike in 'next few days'

Jewellers may completely call off their strike in the next few days after the government's assurance that the Ashok Lahiri committee will consider all their demand, Assocham National Council on Gems & Jewellery Chairman Sankar Sen said on Tuesday.

Gold price at 3-week high as dollar struggles amid US rate outlook Gold price at 3-week high as dollar struggles amid US rate outlook

Gold jumped to a three-week peak on Tuesday on expectations the Federal Reserve will not raise US interest rates soon and as the dollar traded close to its lowest in nearly eight months, though profit-taking chipped away at some recent gains.

Jewellers in Maharashtra call off strike temporarily Jewellers in Maharashtra call off strike temporarily

Jewellers in Maharashtra have called off their strike temporarily, from April 14 to 24.

 

Many Indian jewellers open shops; gold discounts drop Many Indian jewellers open shops; gold discounts drop

More than half of Indian jewellers reopened their shops on Monday after keeping them closed for nearly six weeks in protest over the reintroduction of excise duty on gold jewellery.

Investors pull out Rs 903 crore from gold ETFs in FY16 Investors pull out Rs 903 crore from gold ETFs in FY16

Investors remained bearish on gold exchange-traded funds (ETFs) as they pulled out Rs 903 crore from this instrument last fiscal, making it the third consecutive financial year of outflow.

Jewellers refuse to budge, strike enters 39th day Jewellers refuse to budge, strike enters 39th day

Jewellers, bullion traders and artisans are showing no signs of backing down in their protest against imposition of 1 percent excise duty on non-silver jewellery as their strike entered 39th day on Saturday with many keeping their shops closed

Jewellers strike: Work shifts underground as demand peaks ahead of wedding season Jewellers strike: Work shifts underground as demand peaks ahead of wedding season

As jewellers strike continues against excise duty imposition, a lot of work in the city has been shifted underground to meet the lucrative wedding season demand.

Jewellers strike goes on for another day Jewellers strike goes on for another day

The festival of Gudi Padwa lost some sheen as jewellers' strike stretched for another day demanding rollback of one percent excise duty on non-silver jewellery.

Gold price slips as equities recover, still set for weekly gain Gold price slips as equities recover, still set for weekly gain

Gold fell on Friday as strength in equities prompted investors to cash in some of the previous day`s gains, but remained on track for its biggest weekly rise in five as the Federal Reserve stayed cautious on US rate hikes.

Gold futures fall 0.27% on profit-booking Gold futures fall 0.27% on profit-booking

Gold prices drifted by 0.27 percent to Rs 29,167 per 10 ten grams in futures trade as speculators indulged in profit-booking at prevailing levels, even as metal strengthened overseas.

IOB to sell 'Indian Gold Coin' on Gudi Padwa in Mumbai

The Indian Overseas Bank (IOB) will sell the 'Indian Gold Coin' at its branches in the city tomorrow on the occasion of 'Gudi Padwa'.

No sign of end to jewellers' strike over excise duty No sign of end to jewellers' strike over excise duty

Jewellers, bullion traders and artisans in several parts of the country continued their indefinite strike today demanding rollback of 1 percent excise duty on non-silver jewellery.

No breakthrough for jewellers, strike continues for 35th day No breakthrough for jewellers, strike continues for 35th day

The strike against one percent excise duty on non-silver jewellery continued for another day despite huge losses to the industry traders.

Gold snaps two-day losing streak as Asian shares slide Gold snaps two-day losing streak as Asian shares slide

Gold jumped 1 percent on Tuesday following a two-day decline, as Asian stocks slid on weak oil prices and mixed views on the outlook for Federal Reserve monetary policy.

Jewellers to call on PM, demand rollback of excise duty Jewellers to call on PM, demand rollback of excise duty

The jewellery manufacturers who have been on a strike are likely to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi to demand rollback of 1 per cent excise duty imposed in the 2016-17 Budget

Finance Minister's retort to Arvind Kejriwal on jewellers' stir: Abolish VAT on Gold Finance Minister's retort to Arvind Kejriwal on jewellers' stir: Abolish VAT on Gold

Turning tables on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who is supporting jewellers' stir against the imposition of excise duty, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said that the Delhi government should first abolish VAT on gold.

Jewellers strike enters 34th day against excise duty

A large number of jewellery establishments in the country remained shut for the 34th day today to protest against one per cent excise duty on non-silver jewellery.

India's February gold imports drop 34%

India`s gold imports in February fell 34 percent compared with the same period last year, news agency NewsRise Financial reported on Monday, citing a government official, as high prices and hopes for a cut in import taxes kept buyers away.

Gold extends losses after robust US jobs report Gold extends losses after robust US jobs report

 Gold extended losses on Monday after a better-than-expected U.S. jobs report signalled strength in the economy and stoked speculation the Federal Reserve could raise interest rates soon.