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Gold Demand Trends Q1 2017

Published 4th May 2017

Global gold demand in Q1 2017 was 1,034.5t. The 18% y-o-y decline suffers from the comparison with Q1 2016, which was the strongest ever first quarter. Inflows into ETFs of 109.1t, although solid, were nonetheless a fraction of last year’s near-record inflows. Slower central bank demand also contributed to the weakness. Bar and coin investment, however, was healthy at 289.8t (+9% y-o-y), while demand firmed slightly in both the jewellery and technology sectors. 

Categories: Gold mining and sustainable development, Supply and demand, Jewellery, Investment, Technology, Reserve asset management

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Published 2nd August 2016

金牌所用的黄金使用充分,未参杂或者使用任何汞,银牌和铜牌中30%的材料可实现回收再利用。

Published 24th June 2016

The gold price surged as the UK surprised the world by voting to Leave the EU. We expect gold inflows to accelerate as geopolitical and market uncertainty rises.

Categories: Investment

Published 24th June 2016

随着令世人瞩目的英国公投退出欧盟,黄金价格飙升。地缘政治和市场不确定性因素加剧,我们预计黄金市场的资金流入将加快。

Categories: Investment

Published 15th June 2016

2016年第1四半期の金需要は前年同期から21%拡大し、1,290トンとなり、四半期の需要としては過去2番目の水準となりました。この増加は不安定な経済と金融市場の不透明さへの投資家の懸念に伴い、ETF(上場投資信託)への大きな流入が生じたことによるものです。同時期に宝飾品需要は19%低下しましたが、これは価格高騰とインドでの業界ストライキ、ならびに中国経済の減速のため消費者の多くが購入を遅らせたことが原因でした。

Published 8th June 2016

This paper reviews the different approaches to gold accounting demonstrated by central banks and discusses the elements of a common approach for central banks. Research for this paper included a review of the financial statements of 98 central banks and two international financial institutions that hold gold; BIS and IMF.

Published 16th May 2016

Download our gold investment infographic; explaining key gold product groups. This graphic focusses on Bars & Coins, Gold-backed Exchange Traded Funds and Jewellery.

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