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Silver import up 60%, to cross 5,000 tonnes
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Silver import up 60%, to cross 5,000 tonnes

Import of silver has risen this year. Thomson Reuters GFMS says this had reached 4,200 tonnes till October, 60 per cent higher compared to the same period in 2016, and likely to end the year with 5,000 tonnes.Restocking after last year's fall and demand from ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago

India's Nov gold imports nearly halve on higher prices-GFMS

* Nov gold imports seen at 55 T vs 100 T yr ago-GFMS * Imports seen weak in Dec on sluggish weddings demand By Rajendra Jadhav MUMBAI, Dec 6 (Reuters) - India's gold imports in Novembernearly halved from a year ago as a rise in the price of theyellow metal ...
 Sify5 days ago India Q4 gold imports may fall 25 pct on weak festival demand - execs  Sify1 month ago

Gold dips on profit taking; analysts predict a rebound

By Eric Onstad LONDON (Reuters) - Gold prices dipped on Friday as some investors locked in profits at the end of the week, but there are expectations that they could move higher next week. Spot gold was down 0.2 percent at $1,288.20 per ounce by 1300 GMT, ...
 Sify2 weeks ago Gold rebounds from six-week low as dollar drops  Sify2 months ago Trump tax plan pushes gold to six-week low  Sify2 months ago

PRECIOUS-Gold steady as Fed inflation concerns weigh on dollar

* Spot gold may break above a resistance at $1,296 -technicals * Platinum heads for first weekly decline in four * Palladium holds near two-week high hit on Thursday (Updates prices, adds quote) By Vijaykumar Vedala Nov 24 (Reuters) - Gold prices remained ...
 Sify2 weeks ago PRECIOUS-Gold hits 2-mth low as dollar gains ahead of U.S. jobs data  Sify2 months ago

Jewellers worried over hallmarking rules

Those selling ornaments with lower purity might now offer hefty discounts in order to get rid of non-hallmarked stocks Reports of compulsory hallmarking of gold jewellery after the government notified the revised Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) Act last week have sent ripples across the jewellery industry.   Many big players have started claiming they sell only hallmarked jewellery. However, those selling non-hallmarked jewellery are prioritising sale of such jewellery and others are ...
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