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Online Jewellery portal Caratlane Focuses On Non-Metros, To Open 30 Offline Across India

Over the years, jewellery retailer CaratLane has established its brand pretty well in the digital market. The brand is shifting their focus to offline sales now

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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

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Gold Weakens Further On Global Cues; Silver Slips Below Rs 42000

Silver lost Rs 660 to Rs 41,800 per kg due to reduced offtake by industrial units and coin makers

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India Gold Prices Slip To Discount For First Time In Six Weeks

Gold was sold at a discount to official prices in India this week for the first time in six weeks, while demand elsewhere in Asia remained subdued as surging bullion prices turned off buyers

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Gold Takes Comfort From Global Cues, Edges Up To Rs 29,350

A mix of positive global indicators and pick-up in local demand because of wedding season rush gave some comfort to gold as prices recovered Rs 60 to Rs 29,350 per 10 grams

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Festival Drives Indian Gold Demand; Higher Prices Curb Buying Elsewhere

Gold demand in India rose this week due to a festival and as local prices adjusted to an appreciating rupee, while higher prices kept a check on demand elsewhere in Asia

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High Gold Prices Keep Demand In Check, Indian Jewellers Stock Up For Festival

An uptick in prices kept a lid on demand for gold in most regions across Asia this week, while in India, an upcoming festival saw jewellers stocking up on the metal

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Gold Loses Rs 250 On US Rate Hike Chances, Now At 2-month Low

Gold prices continued to feel the squeeze of growing bets for an interest rate hike by the US Fed as it slumped Rs 250 to an over two-month low of Rs 28,650 per 10 grams

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India Gold Recycling Plan Fails To Tempt Households

The plan was for holders of idle gold to lodge it with banks in return for interest and cash at redemption

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Gold Demand Lacklustre As Investors Await Lower Prices

Gold discounts in India, the world's second-largest consumer of the metal, expanded this week to their widest in two months

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February Gold Imports Surge On Pent-up Demand: GFMS

India's gold imports had fallen to 27.4 tonnes in February 2016 as buyers postponed purchases in anticipation of a reduction in the import duty in the budget at the time

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Gold Steady Near 3-1/2 Month High; Focus On Trump Economic Policy

Investors were looking ahead to an address by Trump to Congress next week for further clarity on his economic policy

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Gold Prices Flip To Discount For First Time In 7 Weeks

Dealers in India, the world's second-largest gold consumer, were offering a discount of up to $1 an ounce this week from official domestic prices, compared to a premium of $3 last week

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