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Muthoot Exim opens centre to recycle old gold

As the jewellery trade awaits the fineprint of the gold monetisation proposals of the government, Muthoot Exim has developed a model for collecting and recycling idle gold and bringing it into the formal system. Muthoot also hopes to collaborate with ... The Financial Chronicle, 22 hours ago

Why FM's plan needs to work to check smuggling

KOLKATA: Entry of gold through the illegal route will continue if Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's gold monetisation scheme fails to enthuse Indians to unlock their household gold, experts say. It is estimated that Indian households hold nearly ...
 Economic Times2 days ago Smuggling of gold will continue if FM's scheme fails  Economic Times2 days ago Buyers stay away from monthly gold installment schemes  Economic Times1 week ago

Gold Imports by India Seen Surging as Jaitley Retains Record Tax

(Bloomberg) -- Gold imports by India, the world's biggest consumer, are poised to surge after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley belied industry expectations for a reduction in tax. Overseas purchases may jump to 100 metric tons in March from about 25 ...
 La Repubblica2 days ago Gold Imports by India Said to Surge This Year as Curbs Scrapped  La Repubblica4 weeks ago Lifting of 80:20 rule floods mkt with gold, prices down  Economic Times2 months ago

Gold Jumps to One-Week High as India Leaves Import Tax Unchanged

(Bloomberg) -- Gold prices in India jumped to the highest level in more than a week after the world's largest consumer unexpectedly left the import tax on the metal unchanged. Futures rallied as much as 1 percent to 26,490 rupees ($430) per 10 ...
 Bloomberg4 days ago

Budget 2015: Gold traders feel India-made coins will worsen current account deficit problem

KOLKATA: The budget proposals for 2015-16 may not give an impetus to jewellery consumption in the country, but the move to introduce India-made gold coins could push up gold import and aggravate the current account deficit problem, traders feel. ...
 Economic Times4 days ago

Gold smugglers to keenly watch the Budget, their survival under threat!

The boom time for gold smugglers may get over soon as it all depends on Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and his upcoming Union Budget 2015. The Indian bullion market is bullish and expecting a lot from the finance minister this time. In fact, ...
 India Today1 week ago Illegal trade in gold declines as India's import restrictions are relaxed  BDlive2 weeks ago Gold rises first time in three days as Greek talks reach impasse  Livemint.com2 weeks ago India Smugglers, and Their Bodies, Take a Break From Gold  Yahoo! Finance2 weeks ago
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Gold imports not to rise due to RBI measures: Traders

NEW DELHI: Gold imports in India, the world's largest consumer, will not increase in the coming months following the RBI easing curbs on inward shipments of gold coins and medallions, bullion traders and jewellers said. However, the RBI's ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Gold imports will not go up due to RBI measures: Traders  Hindu Business Line1 week ago
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Banks hesitant to offer gold loans to jewellers

Though the gold metal loans for jewellery manufacturers were reinstated by RBI in May last year, the industry is not able to avail them as it used to do prior to 2013. High cost loans are still eating into the operating margins of jewellers. “A few banks ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago Import Duty Cut Hopes Rise  NDTV Profit1 month ago India: Gold importers offer discounts as jewellers curb buys on likely duty cut  International Business Times UK1 month ago Gold Discounts Rise on Hopes of Import Duty Cut  NDTV Profit1 month ago


There’s nothing like good market volatility. It makes me sleep well at night,’’ chuckles Rick Ferri, columnist, author of six books on investment and a market tracker of the first order. He could well be talking about India’s gold market, where ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
Business Today India

After 2013 default, banks hesitant to lend to jewellers

Indian jewellery firms are finding it increasingly hard to get credit to import raw material and ship out their wares as banks tighten the screws, worried about defaults and sharp practices in the sector. The problem has become so acute that jewellery ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Jewellery cos struggle to get credit as banks tighten norms  Business Today India1 month ago Fearing defaults, banks rein in credit to Indian jewellery firms  Reuters Africa1 month ago Jewellery should be out of FTA item list: industry  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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