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Jewellers bullish about upcoming festive season sales

Jewellers bullish about upcoming festive season sales 0 Updated

🕔16:24, 14.Oct 2020

THE Indian jewellery industry has turned bullish about the upcoming festive season, with a majority of industry representatives hoping that the period will kickstart a revival in the market which has dived during the course of the pandemic. According to

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Jewellery stores open, but business yet to glitter in Kolkata

Jewellery stores open, but business yet to glitter in Kolkata 0 Updated

🕔20:59, 5.Jun 2020

The brightly lit neon signboards of jewellery stores across the city have flickered to life, rekindling hope of a rebound in business for lakhs of skilled and unskilled workers after 10 weeks of complete lockdown. According to the All India

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Gold sales in India unlikely to revive before September

Gold sales in India unlikely to revive before September 0

🕔18:34, 4.Jun 2020

Mumbai: Demand for gold in India is unlikely to revive before September even as jewelers slowly reopen their stores after the world’s biggest lockdown. Consumption in the world’s second-biggest user came crashing down in the first quarter, hit by high prices

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Coronavirus tames India’s affection for gold

Coronavirus tames India’s affection for gold 0

🕔15:03, 15.May 2020

Indians spend billions buying the precious metal as a status symbol, dowry for daughters, investment and a gift to temples. If there’s one thing that Indians love more than cricket, it has to be gold. The South Asian nation is

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India’s April gold imports plunge 99.9% to three-decade low: Report

India’s April gold imports plunge 99.9% to three-decade low: Report 0

🕔12:07, 5.May 2020

India’s gold imports plunged 99.9 per cent year-on-year in April to their lowest in nearly three decades, news agency Reuters reported citing a government source. The reason for this, according to Reuters, is the ban on air travel and closure

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Decoded: How gold may benefit from coronavirus crisis

Decoded: How gold may benefit from coronavirus crisis 0 Updated

🕔15:30, 29.Apr 2020

Driven by investors’ clamour for insurance against economic turmoil and the potential devaluation of assets and currencies, some predict a bull run reminiscent of gold’s price rally to record highs just shy of $2,000 in 2011. Gold loves a crisis,

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15,000 goldsmiths apply for aid from jewellers’ association

15,000 goldsmiths apply for aid from jewellers’ association 0

🕔19:39, 21.Apr 2020

The Madras Jewellers and Diamond Merchants Association has so far received nearly 15,000 online applications from goldsmiths across the State for cash assistance. In Chennai alone, there are about 10,000 goldsmiths. This would have been a busy season for goldsmiths

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All India Gem & Jewellery Domestic Council (GJC) conducts 60th Labham programme for jewellers in Kolhapur

All India Gem & Jewellery Domestic Council (GJC) conducts 60th Labham programme for jewellers in Kolhapur 0

🕔19:09, 12.Mar 2020

Kolhapur : All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council (GJC), the apex domestic council of the gems & jewellery industry, conducted the 60th“Labham” educational programme for jewellers in Kolhapur on Saturday, February 29, 2020. Labham, an educational seminar on compliance, taxation,

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A dream project that makes millions of dreams come true

A dream project that makes millions of dreams come true 0 Updated

🕔22:51, 17.Feb 2020

India Gem and Jewellery Show (GJS) curated by “All India Gem and Jewellery Domestic Council (GJC)” is fast approaching. The expo to be held from the 25th-29th of June 2020 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai has already created waves across the country as exhibitors across Gold, Diamond,

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Record gold prices keep imports at lowest in three years

Record gold prices keep imports at lowest in three years 0 Updated

🕔14:47, 4.Oct 2019

Gold imports by India plunged in September to the lowest monthly inflow in at least three years, weighed down by all-time high prices amid poor demand. Inbound shipments slid for a third month, slumping 86 per cent from a year

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