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Is India’s Love For Gold Hurting The Equity Markets?
At the start of this week, managing director of Kotak Mahindra Bank, Uday Kotak tweeted that India's net gold and stones imports between the financial years 2011 and 2019 were $245 billion while net FPI (foreign portfolio investor) inflows ...
Is India S Love For Gold Hurting The Equity Markets
Gold And Silver Prices In India Stay Strong On Rupee Woes
Gold and silver prices in India remained closer to their all-times as the rupee fell to its lowest in 2019 on Tuesday. Weak GDP data, released on Friday after market hours, and the US dollar broad strengthening weighed on the domestic ...
Gold And Silver Prices In India Stay Strong On Rupee Woes
Should You Buy Gold In India Now?
Gold has hit a historic high of near Rs 40,000 per 10 grams, depending on which city you are in. It has beaten every asset class including equities, debt and real estate by a margin. Here are 4 reasons we think gold 's upside maybe limited.{photo-feature}...
Gold And Silver Prices Made Monumental Gains In August
It was a monumental month for the two precious metals. The trading days for gold and silver in the commodity markets ended for the month of August on Friday. Despite slight losses on the last day, gold stayed on track ...
Gold Prices Edge Higher On Brexit Concerns And Weaker Rupee
On Thursday, gold prices in India rose amid an upward trend in the international market and rupee's weakness. In morning trade, October gold futures on MCX were trading higher by 0.22 percent at Rs 39,251 per 10 grams, closer to its ...
Gold Prices Edge Higher On Brexit Concerns And Weaker Rupee
Why Do Central Banks Around The World Buy Gold?
Central Banks of countries are collectively said to be holding the largest quantity of gold bar stockpiles in the world. Their possessions can individually be measured in tonnes. While it is common knowledge that gold forms as an important ...
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