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Sep 18, 2013
Gold loans: "Free-market" Rajan shows his true coloursThe RBI has unnecessarily inflicted needless regulation on gold loan companies - giving the lie to Raghuram Rajan's free market credentials.
Jun 29, 2013
Gold bears, watch out; there may be life in the metal yetWhenever gold has crashed this badly, there is usually a strong short-term rally. But gold prices may not have much further to fall anyway due to likely output cutbacks
Jun 19, 2013
Calling FM's bluff: Why not ask RBI to sell its gold?If Chidambaram really believes that gold is no different from copper or glass, why not ask the RBI to sell its gold and buy copper instead?
May 28, 2013
Twilight of central banking: Why gold remains the best hopeThe conditions prevailing today are similar to 1975-76, when gold prices crashed before rising spectacularly by eight times
May 24, 2013
Gold will rise against USD; it may hit a 'new high by 2013-end'Nick Barisheff, the ultimate gold buff, is unfazed by the metal's recent crash. He is clear that gold will hold its value and it is the dollar that will depreciate against gold
May 14, 2013
Gold funds retain sheen, but will they continue to hold up?Gold ETFs did good volumes on Akshaya Tritiya, but prices weakened. Gold may fall further as the world economy recovers, but it is still a good hedge against equity.
Apr 18, 2013
Don't count gold out: it may be the last man standingThe US and Europe have a keen interest on keeping gold down. So, despite the fall of gold, this is not the time to write off the metal
Apr 15, 2013
This may be a time to SIP gold, not sell mindlesslyThe recent crash in gold prices is part of the gold bull and bear cycle. It is not a reason to abandon the metal as a false god
Jan 23, 2013
5 ways to reduce the Indian appetite for goldIf reducing gold imports is an important short- or medium-term goal, here is the right way to go about it in gold-craxy India
Jan 05, 2013
Mr FM, gold isn't the problem, the rupee is. Fix thatThe FM is looking at gold as the problem in the current account deficit. The fact is gold prices have fallen, but the rupee has fallen more sharply making gold dearer at home. He has to fix the declining rupee