India's private iron ore producers are likley to suffer the effects of high costs, low prices and a poor export market.
Gold demand in India is likely to hit a four-year high between July and December on strong demand from the jewellery sector according to World Gold Council.
The answer is NO, according to the leader of The Greens, Richard Di Natale.
The Indian diamond unit came to a grinding halt as manufacturers and workers participated in the Patidar rally demanding reservation under OBC (other backward communities) quota.
Total bullion demand dropped 12% in the second quarter of the year, due in part to directionless prices, the WGC says.
While analysts keep trying to answer the burning question of how much gold China really has, the most recent theory indicates that it's at least 9,500 tonnes.
His comments follow this week's decision by the federal court of Australia to overturn government approval for the construction of one of the biggest coal mines in the world.
With trading in half of all equities halted by Beijing even those Chinese investors wishing to seek a safe haven in gold cannot do so says new report.
ICVL wants boost annual production at its Benga mine from 5.3 million tonnes to 13 million tonnes in the next five years.
“The enquiries among the consumers, mostly women, are increasing."
Concerned about running out of nuclear fuel, India is creating a strategic uranium reserve to ensure that its atomic reactors can keep producing electricity without interruption.
India is meeting stiff resistance in its drive to make the buying of gold jewellery more transparent and to channel demand into paper gold to stop the metal being used to hide billions of dollars of undeclared 'black money'.
The value of the commodity has fallen by about 35% over the latest 12-month period, hitting Australia’s economy harder than expected.
But the Indian company said it remains committed to the US$12bn Carmichael project in Queensland, Australia.
The rapid run-up in Chinese shares this year is dimming the allure of another popular investment: gold. Luckily for fans of the metal, demand is looking healthy in India, the other big retail market in Asia.
A total of 56 passengers are being investigated.
Israel's ICL has signed several contracts to supply its Indian customers with a total of 835,000 tonnes of potash.
While the term "diamond" comes from the Greek word "Adamas", meaning "unconquerable", the earliest gems were found in India, in 4th century BC.
Signs of demand improvement as iron ore imports cover at Chinese ports fall to near two-year low.
India's total imports reach record high in year to end-March.
But some believe main challenge will be falling prices and wholesalers difficult access to credit to purchase rough diamonds.
After being practically absent from the Indian market for two years, the Russian firm has signed a three-year supply contract with IPL.
Only lower grade fines are oversupplied shows new research report.
Having failed in a bid to avoid a price hike in the first two potash import deals for the financial year, fertilizer producers in India expected inward shipments of fertiliser minerals to drop during 2015/16.
Looking at current trends Barclays analysis suggests that India's physical gold demand is likely to be subdued going forward, unless there's a correction in local prices, the bank said Monday.
Once again Asia drove demand, with China and India alone accounting for 54% of the total.
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