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The World Gold Council is a leading authority on gold and its uses. Our research provides comprehensive analysis of the industry, giving decision makers and stakeholders the information they need to understand the dynamic drivers of the gold market.

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Gold Demand Trends Q2 2014

Published 14th August 2014

Gold demand of 964t in the second quarter was, unsurprisingly, lower when compared with the exceptional upsurge in demand in Q2 2013. Jewellery demand weakened year-on-year, but the broad, 5-year uptrend remains intact. Investment demand pulled back from the extremes seen during last year as relatively stable price conditions contributed to the subdued environment. Central banks continued to buy gold at a solid, steady pace. Mine production grew 4% year-on-year for a second consecutive quarter, contributing to a 10% increase in gold supply.

Categories: Supply and demand, Jewellery, Investment, Technology, Reserve asset management

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Published 14th August 2014

The World Gold Council’s leading industry publication on gold demand trends, analysed by both sector and geography for the second quarter of 2014.

Published 14th August 2014

Marcus Grubb, Managing Director Investment Strategy, talks through the findings from the Q2 2014 Gold Demand Trends report.

Published 6th August 2014

Shows month by month, how countries’ reported gold holdings have changed since January 2002 and reasons where known. Updated quarterly.

Published 6th August 2014

Information on each country’s gold reserves and the proportion this represents of their total external reserves. Updated quarterly.

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