Alistair Hewitt, Head of Market Intelligence and Krishan Gopaul discuss the findings of the World Gold Council’s Q3 2015 Gold Demand Trends report.
Gold Demand Trends Q3 2015
Third quarter gold demand rose by 8% year-on-year, reaching a two-year high of 1,120.9 tonnes. Q3 2015 was a period of two distinct halves: ETF outflows contributed to a price dip in July, which boosted consumer demand around the world.
Gold Demand Trends Q2 2015
Alistair Hewitt, Head of Market Intelligence is interviewed on the findings of the World Gold Council’s Q2 2015 Gold Demand Trends report.
This video explains how we create Gold Demand Trends, the leading industry resource for gold demand data. We explain how our unique position in the gold industry gives us unparalleled market insight and how we work to understand evolving consumer behaviours, identify emerging trends, and apply our knowledge and experience to provide a complete view of the gold market.
Gold Demand Trends Q1 2015
The contrast between the global picture and the more granular demand data clearly demonstrates the multi-faceted nature of the gold market. The numerous and varying roles that gold plays means it responds to different cues in different ways.
Alistair Hewitt, Head of Market Intelligence is interviewed on the findings of the World Gold Council’s Q1 2015 Gold Demand Trends report
Alistair Hewitt, Head of Market Intelligence at the World Gold Council, talks through the findings from the Full Year 2014 Gold Demand Trends report. 2014 saw a stabilisation of the gold market as it pulled back from the extremes of 2013.