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Has Gold Become a Bad Investment in India?

Posted on 19 August 2014

Indians love gold, they cover their brides and shower their temples with the precious metal, traditionally used as a sparkling insurance policy and inflation hedge to be cashed in when needed. While the South Asian nation is the world’s second largest consumer of gold after China, it seems to be losing some of its appetite for the precious metal as an investment.
Demand for gold in India fell 39% from a year earlier in the quarter ended June to 204.1 tons, the World Gold Council said last week. Investment demand — buying of gold in the form of coins or bars rather than jewelry — plummeted even further, losing 67%………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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