Advertisement

  • News
  • Columns
  • Interviews
  • BW Communities
  • Events
  • BW TV
  • Subscribe to Print
  • Editorial Calendar 19-20

Latest Articles in world gold council

Watershed Moment

The jewellery industry in India has been on the cusp of a big watershed moment for some time now. It appears that the Covid-19 pandemic and its effects have put what was till now a start-stop movement on somewhat of a fast track, while the duty changes announced in Budget 2021 have added further momentum!

Read More

Economic Recovery Likely To Boost Gold Demand In India This Year: WGC

Somasundaram also said 2021 will continue to see an interplay of many of these factors but underpin a favourable environment in India for both gold price and demand.

Read More

Gold loans helped Indians weather COVID-19 pandemic: World Gold Council

Gold loans helped Indians weather COVID-19 pandemic: World Gold Council

Read More

COVID-19 impact: India's gold demand falls by 30 per cent in Q3

COVID-19 impact: India's gold demand falls by 30 per cent in Q3

Read More

Gold ETFs Clock 8th Consecutive Month Of Positive Flows: WGC

Global holdings have once again reached a new all-time high of 3,785 tonnes and the price of gold hit a record high of 1,976 dollars per ounce by the July-end, leaving global AUMs standing at 239 billion.

Read More

Trading volumes of digital gold in India total 4 to 5 tonnes: WGC

Trading volumes of digital gold in India total 4 to 5 tonnes: WGC

Read More

Gold Demand Nudges Lower As Price-Driven Slump In Consumer Demand Outweighs ETF Inflows

Annual buying reached a remarkable 650.3 tonnes -- the second highest level for 50 years and only six tonnes less than in 2018.

Read More

India Gold Demand To Hit Three-Year Low As Prices Surge To Record: World Gold Council

Gold demand in 2019 could drop 8 per cent from a year ago to around 700 tonnes, the lowest since 2016, said Somasundaram PR, the managing director of WGC's Indian operations.

Read More

India's August Gold Imports Slump To Three-Year Low As Prices Hit Record: Govt Source

Lower imports by the world's second biggest consumer could cap gains in global prices that are trading near six-year highs, but would help the south Asian country bring down its trade deficit and support the rupee.

Read More

Gold Price Increase To Dampen Indian Festive Purchases - WGC

A fall in demand from the world's second-biggest bullion buyer could weigh on global prices that are already down 6.5 percent so far this year

Read More

India's 2018 Gold Demand Forecast As High As 800 Tonnes, Below 10-year Average

Gold is a mainstay of Indian culture, serving as the primary vehicle for household savings for hundreds of millions of people in Asia's third-largest economy

Read More

India's Gold Imports To Rebound In 2017 On Restocking, Good Monsoon

Higher imports by the world's second biggest consumer will support global prices, which are trading near their highest level in two months, but could widen the country's trade deficit

Read More

India's Q2 Gold Demand Surges 37% To 167.4 Tonnes: WGC

The demand in the April-June last year stood at 122.1 tonnes, WGC said in its latest Gold Demand Trends report

Read More

India's Gold Demand Up 15 Per Cent To 123.5 Tonne In Q1 2017, Says World Gold Council

Gold consumption in the first quarter of 2017 rose 15 per cent to 123.5 tonnes on pent-up demand from jewellers as retail consumers ramped up purchases for weddings, the WGC said in a report

Read More

Demonetisation Drive To Favour Country's Big Gold Jewellery Store Chains, Says WGC

India's drive to bring transparency to bullion trading, along with the rise of branded gold jewellery, could help major retailers raise their share of the world's second-biggest gold market to 40 per cent by 2020, the World Gold Council said

Read More