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Gold scheme: Banks may offer interest on deposits of above 30 gms

May 19, 2015

Gold scheme: Banks may offer interest on deposits of above 30 gms

The government is trying to convince households, who sometimes have little faith in financial institutions, to break the tradition and hand over gold passed down the generations. #Economy #CRR #Arun Jaitley #PolicyWatch #Personal finance #World Gold Council #Statutory Liquidity Ratio #gold monetisation scheme
Festival season push: India's gold demand to bounce back in April-June, says WGC

May 14, 2015

Festival season push: India's gold demand to bounce back in April-June, says WGC

WGC's second-quarter gold demand numbers for India, expected to be released by mid-August, will likely show an improvement over the first quarter, when China was the top consumer for gold, overtaking India by nearly 100 tonnes. #Gold #Jewellery #World Gold Council
RBI's decision to lift ban on import of gold coins the right move: World Gold Council

Feb 19, 2015

RBI's decision to lift ban on import of gold coins the right move: World Gold Council

The World Gold Council (WGC) said the RBI's decision to lift a ban on import of gold coins and medallions by banks and allowing them to import gold on a consignment basis was a right move. #Gold #RBI #Reserve Bank of India #World Gold Council #gold coins #Gold Import #Gold medallions #80:20 scheme #trading houses
India pips China as world's biggest gold consumer in 2014

Feb 13, 2015

India pips China as world's biggest gold consumer in 2014

India is likely to remain the world's biggest gold consumer this year after regaining the top spot from China in 2014, driven by robust jewellery demand, the World Gold Council (WGC) said on Thursday. #India #China #Gold #Jewellery #World Gold Council
India likely to keep lead over China in gold consumption, says WGC

Feb 12, 2015

India likely to keep lead over China in gold consumption, says WGC

Demand dipped in both countries in 2014 from record levels a year earlier, but Indian demand slid only 14 percent, compared with a much steeper 38 percent fall in China. #Economy #India #China #Gold #NewsTracker #Commodity #World Gold Council
India's gold demand dips 14% due to crippling restrictions on imports: WGC

Feb 12, 2015

India's gold demand dips 14% due to crippling restrictions on imports: WGC

Gold demand in India declined 14 percent to 842.7 tonnes in 2014 as compared to the previous year, mainly due to government policies putting restrictions on imports, according to the World Gold Council (WGC). #India #Gold #World Gold Council #Demand #Import restrictions
Yellow metal losing its shine: Modi rally may be prompting Indians to ditch gold for equities

Sep 12, 2014

Yellow metal losing its shine: Modi rally may be prompting Indians to ditch gold for equities

Kiran Laxman Salunkhe used to buy jewellery during religious festivals, but sliding gold prices have led the young farmer to break with his family's traditional investment. #Gold #prices #equities #World Gold Council
Gold demand set to rise, Modi seen easing import curbs

May 21, 2014

Gold demand set to rise, Modi seen easing import curbs

India's gold demand is likely to pick up in the second half of the year as curbs on bullion imports are expected to be eased by the country's new government, the World Gold Council (WGC) and other industry officials said on Tuesday. #World #India #BJP #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #World Gold Council #Somasundaram PR #Albert Cheng
Pak bans gold imports again to curb smuggling into India

Jan 21, 2014

Pak bans gold imports again to curb smuggling into India

It said the ban would be for 30 days and exports, mostly jewellery, would not be restricted. Pakistan last banned imports for a month in August, 2013. #India #Gold #Pakistan #NewsTracker #World Gold Council #import #Smuggling
Government asks jewellers for gold purchase information to check smuggling

Jan 16, 2014

Government asks jewellers for gold purchase information to check smuggling

India has been trying to curtail shipments of gold, the second-biggest import bill after crude oil, as it seeks to curb a gaping trade deficit. The country last year raised import duty to 10 percent and tied gold imports to jewellery exports. #Inflation #Gold #NewsTracker #Income Tax Department #World Gold Council #Calicut Bullion Dealers Association #All India Gems & Jewellery Trade Federation