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GST's impact on India's gold market

Published 8th June 2017

On 1st July, India’s labyrinth of taxes will be replaced with a simple, nationwide Goods & Services Tax (GST). This is the biggest fiscal reform since India’s liberalisation in the early 1990s. While gold consumers will face a slightly higher tax rate, and the industry will go through a period of adjustment, we see the net impact on the gold industry as being positive. The gold supply chain should become more transparent and efficient, and the tax reform can boost economic growth, which we see as supporting gold demand.

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Published 11th February 2016

Gold Demand Trends Full Year 2015. Gold demand in the fourth quarter increased 4% year-on-year to a 10-quarter high of 1,117.7t. Full year demand was virtually unchanged, down just a fraction (-14t) to 4,212t.

Published 7th January 2016

This latest edition of our Investment Commentary examines gold’s performance in 2015 and explores the factors that may influence gold in 2016.

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Published 1st January 2016

Published 16th December 2015

2015年第3四半期の金需要は前年同期から8%拡大して1,121トンに達しました。2015年第3四半期は2つの期間に明確に分かれました。前半ではETF(上場投資信託)からの流出を含む複数の要因が価格低下に寄与し、世界中での消費者需要増大を引き起こしました。後半には投資家の戦略的な動きによって8月と9月にETFへの穏やかな流入が生じ、価格を再び押し上げました。

Published 19th October 2015

数十年来,美元一直是全世界的主要储备货币,至今仍在国际储备中占50%以上。但是,这一份额正在逐渐减少,而包括中国的人民币在内的其他货币的份额则在增加,显示出多币种储备体系可能即将形成。

Published 12th October 2015

For many decades, the US dollar has been the main reserve currency worldwide and it still accounts for more than 50% of international reserves. However, its share has been gradually declining, while that of other currencies, like the Chinese RMB, has grown, signalling the potential emergence of a multicurrency reserve system.

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