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<strong>Gold</strong> extends losses, down Rs 120 on global cues, weak demand

Gold extends losses, down Rs 120 on global cues, weak demand

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Continuing its declining trend for the third day, gold on Monday fell by another Rs 120 to Rs 26,850 per ten gram in the national capital, tracking weak cues from the global market where the precious metal was trading at an eight-month low.

Gold,   loss,   Rs 120,   global cues,   gold demand,   gold price,   global market,  
<strong>Gold</strong> hits 14-month low, dips below 27 k level

Gold hits 14-month low, dips below 27 k level

20 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Extending its losses, gold prices on Saturday dipped below the Rs 27,000-mark by losing Rs 40 to trade at about 14-month low of Rs 26,970 per ten gram in the national capital on sustained selling by stockists amid a weak global trend.

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Indian men start quest for elusive hockey <strong>gold</strong>

Indian men start quest for elusive hockey gold

19 Sep 2014

Incheon: India will start their elusive quest for the Asian Games men's hockey gold in a new format of the game when they take on minnows Sri Lanka in their Pool B opener here on Sunday while the women's team begin their campaign the next day.

Indian men,   hockey gold,   hockey,   sports,   Asian game,   women hockey team,  
Fear of losing is gone, says HS Prannoy

Fear of losing is gone, says HS Prannoy

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Indian shuttler HS Prannoy says the success of winning the Indonesian Masters Grand Prix Gold has erased his fears of defeat and fuelled a dream of working harder than ever to qualify for 2016 Rio Olympics.

HS Prannoy,   Indonesian Masters Grand Prix Gold,   2016 Rio Olympics,  
Jitu Rai wins 50 metre pistol title to open India’s <strong>gold</strong> account

Jitu Rai wins 50 metre pistol title to open India’s gold account

20 Sep 2014

Incheon: India's most in-form shooter Jitu Rai gave the country its first gold medal in the 17th Asian Games, cutting through a tough field to finish on top in the 50 metre pistol event in Incheon.

Asian Games,   Incheon,   Incheon Games,   Jitu Rai,   Shweta Chaudhry,   Shooting Range,  
<strong>Gold</strong> near 8-month low on fears of hawkish Fed, weak physical buying

Gold near 8-month low on fears of hawkish Fed, weak physical buying

15 Sep 2014

Singapore: Gold edged higher on Monday as Asian equities tumbled but the metal continued to struggle near an eight-month low due to weak physical demand and fears the Federal Reserve may signal an early interest rate increase at this week's policy meeting.

Gold,   hawkish Fed,   weak,   physical buying,   gold demand,   gold value,   gold price,  
<strong>Gold</strong>, silver rebound on global cues

Gold, silver rebound on global cues

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Snapping its three-day losing streak, gold staged a comeback to close higher by Rs 80 to Rs 27,450 per ten gram in the national capital on Monday amid a firming trend overseas.

Gold,   silver rebound,   trend overseas,   Federal Reserve,   Gold in Singapore,   ,  
Cut duty on <strong>gold</strong> imports, PMK tells Centre

Cut duty on gold imports, PMK tells Centre

15 Sep 2014

Chennai: PMK, an ally of the BJP in Tamil Nadu, on Monday appealed to the Centre to reduce the import duty on gold to help people buy jewellery during the coming festival season.

duty on gold imports,   PMK,   an ally of BJP,   Tamil Nadu,   founder-leader of PMK,   S Ramadoss ,  
<strong>Gold</strong> futures up 0.33 percent on global cues

Gold futures up 0.33 percent on global cues

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Gold rose 0.33 percent to Rs 27,170 per 10 grams in futures trade on Monday as participants engaged in enlarging positions on a firming trend overseas.

Gold futures,   Multi Commodity Exchange,   trend overseas,   global markets,   Federal Reserve ,  
India's love affair with <strong>gold</strong> may be over as prices slide

India's love affair with gold may be over as prices slide

12 Sep 2014

Vangal: Kiran Laxman Salunkhe used to buy jewellery during religious festivals but sliding gold prices have led the young Indian farmer to break with his family's traditional investment. This year Salunkhe has deposited his hard-earned savings at the bank for the first time in a decade and bought farmland.

Gold,   gold prices,   gold prices in India,   jewellery,   gold jewellery,   economy,   Indian economy,  

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