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Global gold demand up 15% in Q2 2016: WGC

Global gold demand up 15% in Q2 2016: WGC

Global gold demand grew by 15 percent to 1,050 tonnes in the second quarter of 2016, mainly driven by considerable investment demand, World Gold Council (WGC) said in its latest report.

India's gold demand dropped 39% in Q1 2016: World Gold Council

India's gold demand dropped 39% in Q1 2016: World Gold Council

The demand for gold in India for the January-March quarter of 2016 was at 116.5 tonnes, down by 39 percent as compared to the corresponding period of the previous year, the World Gold Council said on Thursday.

 

India's Q3 gold demand jumps 13% to 268 tonnes: WGC

India's Q3 gold demand jumps 13% to 268 tonnes: WGC

Gold demand in India during the July-September period increased by 13 percent to 268.1 tonnes mainly due to softening of the prices at the beginning of the quarter, World Gold Council has said.

Sovereign gold bond scheme more likely to succeed: Nomura

Annual investment demand for gold is estimated at 300 MT per annum, which is around 35 percent of India's gold import bill (USD 34 billion in fiscal year 2014-15).

India's Q2 gold demand drops by 39% to 204.1 tonnes: WGC report

India's Q2 2014 gold demand value fell by 41 percent to Rs 50,564.3 crore, compared to Rs 85,533.8 crore in Q2 2013.

Gold declines by Rs 125, silver Rs 400 on weak demand

Gold prices lost Rs 125 to Rs 31,575 per 10 grams in the national capital today on weak demand at prevailing higher levels amid strengthening rupee.

Gold rises for sixth straight day; up Rs 150 at Rs 30,310 per 10 grams

Gold on Thursday rose for the sixth straight session and gained Rs 150 to Rs 30,310 per 10 grams on sustained buying ahead of the festive and marriage season amid a firming global trend.

Gold regains Rs 30K level on strong festive demand, global cues

Gold on Wednesday regained the psychological level of Rs 30,000 per 10 grams on brisk buying by stockists and jewellers to meet the demand for the upcoming festive season amid a firming global trend.

Gold futures extend gains on global cues, spot demand

Buoyed by firming trend overseas, gold continued its winning streak to trade 0.33 percent higher in futures trade on Thursday as speculators engaged in building positions.

Gold down by Rs 75 on weak global cues, subdued demand

In New York, gold fell by USD 6.50 to USD 1,773.60 an ounce on Friday night.

Gold pauses after rally, monetary easing hopes support

Spot gold edged lower on Thursday, taking a breather after hitting a three-month high in the previous session, while sentiment remains supported on hopes of further monetary easing after sluggish economic data from the eurozone and China.

Gold, silver rebound on seasonal demand, firm global cues

Both the precious metals, gold and silver, rebounded, Tuesday on buying by stockists and jewellers for the ongoing marriage season demand amid firming global trend.

Gold regains 28K, silver up Rs 1,600 on firm global trend

Buoyed by a firming global trend, gold prices rose further by Rs 225 to Rs 28,120 per 10 grams, while silver spurted by Rs 1,600 to Rs 53,200 per kg in the bullion market here, Wednesday on increased offtake.

Gold gains Rs 255, silver Rs 200 on increased buying

Both gold and silver rose in the bullion market here, Tuesday on increased buying by stockists and jewellery makers for the marriage season amid a firming global trend.

Gold's 10% gain in 2011 extends run to 11th year

Bullion posted a gain of 10 percent for 2011, its smallest annual rise in three years. It remains down 18 percent from a record USD 1,920.30 set in September, and finished the fourth quarter with its first quarterly loss in more than three years.

Gold heads into new year with final quarter loss

Spot gold is ending 2011 on a weak note after ten consecutive annual gains, heading for its first quarter of losses in more than three years and a new year likely to be dominated by worries about economic growth and sovereign debt.

Gold slips Rs 50 to Rs 27,990 per 10 grams

Gold on Friday extended losses for the second straight session and lost another Rs 50 to Rs 27,990 per 10 grams, due to sluggish demand at prevailing higher levels amid a weakening global trend.

Gold falls Rs 250 to Rs 28,040 per 10 grams

Snapping a two day rising trend, gold fell by Rs 250 to Rs 28,040 per 10 grams, Thursday on weak demand at existing high levels amid a weakening global trend.

Gold glitters with second biggest gain in 2011, up by Rs 1025

Gold on Wednesday zoomed by Rs 1,025, its second biggest rise this year, to Rs 28,990 per 10 grams, on brisk buying by stockists and investors amid a firming global trend and shifting of funds to the precious metal from volatile equity and forex markets.

Gold snaps 5-day losing streak, gains Rs 75 to Rs 27840/10 gms

Snapping five-day losing streak, gold prices recovered Rs 75 to Rs 27,840 per 10 grams in the national capital, Saturday on buying at lower levels amid firm trend overseas.