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Meenakshi Sharma

India's gold demand likely to rise in second quarter - WGC

14 May 2015

MUMBAI Indian demand for gold is likely to increase in April-June from the first quarter due to strong buying during a major festival, lower prices and robust economic growth, the World Gold Council said on Thursday.

India gold demand likely to rise in Q2 on lower prices, festival buying -WGC

14 May 2015

MUMBAI, May 14 Indian demand for gold is likely to increase in April-June from the first quarter due to strong buying during a major festival, lower prices and robust economic growth, the World Gold Council said on Thursday.

Gold demand in Asia hit by weak local currencies; Indian prices at discount

08 May 2015

SINGAPORE/MUMBAI Gold buying across Asia was sluggish this week despite prices holding below $1,200 an ounce, as consumers waited for more clarity on market direction, with demand also hit by weak local currencies.

India brushes off concerns over gold import spike - for now

30 Apr 2015

MUMBAI Weak oil and commodity prices are offsetting concerns at India's central bank over the impact of a spike in gold imports on the broader economy, officials say, even as the industry forecasts another three months of strong buying.

India brushes off concerns over gold import spike - for now

29 Apr 2015

MUMBAI Weak oil and commodity prices are offsetting concerns at India's central bank over the impact of a spike in gold imports on the broader economy, officials say, even as the industry forecasts another three months of strong buying.

India brushes off concerns over gold import spike - for now

29 Apr 2015

MUMBAI, April 29 Weak oil and commodity prices are offsetting concerns at India's central bank over the impact of a spike in gold imports on the broader economy, officials say, even as the industry forecasts another three months of strong buying.

Hit by beef ban, Indian butchers eye Jersey cows

24 Apr 2015

MUMBAI Battling a beef ban that has threatened their livelihoods, Muslim traders in India are seeking permission to slaughter foreign-origin Jersey cows they think will not be as sacred to the country's majority Hindus as locally bred cattle.

Hit by beef ban, Indian butchers eye Jersey cows

24 Apr 2015

MUMBAI, April 24 Battling a beef ban that has threatened their livelihoods, Muslim traders in India are seeking permission to slaughter foreign-origin Jersey cows they think will not be as sacred to the country's majority Hindus as locally bred cattle.

After slow start, gold demand picks up on Akshaya Tritiya

22 Apr 2015

MUMBAI/SINGAPORE After a sluggish start, gold purchases in India picked up momentum during the Akshaya Tritiya festival, usually one of the busiest gold buying days, industry officials said.

Gold demand muted on Akshaya Tritiya, buyers hope for lower prices

21 Apr 2015

MUMBAI Gold purchases in India started slowly on Tuesday, a festival day, despite a fall in local prices, as hard times in rural areas have hit demand and many buyers are holding back because they expect prices to fall even further.

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