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. 

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Published 16th February 2012

Summary of the factors driving gold demand in 2011, including a review of the dynamics and trends in the gold market at regional and sector levels.

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Published 18th August 2011

Second quarter global gold demand was 919.8 tonnes, worth US$44.5bn – the second highest quarterly value on record. Year-on-year growth was broad-based across sectors and geographies. India and China were the major contributors to growth in both jewellery and investment demand. We view the prospects for both markets for the remainder of the year as optimistic.

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