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US, China data leads the Gold sell-off: Sharps Pixley

  • In the U.S., the March Advance Retail Sales jumped more than expected by 1.1% compared to 0.3% in February. The CPI and the core inflation, led by food and rent, rose more than anticipated by 0.2% in March.

India Govt raises import tariff value of Gold, Silver

  • India had raised the import duty on gold and silver in stages to 10% while it announces the import tariff value on gold and silver from time to time based on global price movements and to prevent under invoicing.

Peru Gold output drops 3.14% to 11097 kg in Feb

  • The country produced 19442 kg of silver in February, declined by 7.14% from 20938 kg in February 2013.

COMEX Gold hits 3-week high; Silver slips to $19.81/Oz

  • COMEX gold prices reached its highest level in 3-week on Monday while COMEX silver prices slipped to $19.81 an ounce.

US Gold coin prices could shoot up on reduction in mintage

  • GoldCoin.net spokesman Keith Kelly says based on past years the reduction in mintage could cause prices for those coins to skyrocket as the year progresses, regardless of the gold spot price.

India Gold, Silver imports fall by 40% y/y to 33.46 billion FY14

  • Gold and silver imports into India fell by 40% year-on-year during the fiscal year 2013-2014, according to the trade ministry source.

DGCX volumes cross three million contracts in Q1

  • Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange (DGCX) total volumes in March increased 2% from the previous month to aggregate 1,023,410 contracts, valued at USD 30.15 billion. The growth in March enabled the Exchange's first quarter volumes to cross three million contracts.

Turkey Mar Gold imports down 88.91%; Silver up 138.13%

  • Turkey imported 14.741,67 tons of silver in March alone, a rise of 138.13% from 6.190,42 tons in the same month last year.

Emerging middle classes in Asia to drive Dubai Gold trade volumes higher in 2014

  • Dubai's gold trade volumes should continue to grow so long as the emerging middle classes in Asia continue to grow and prosper, as per latest forecast by John Hathaway, US-based analyst and portfolio manager for Tocqueville Asset Management.
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