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Jewellery Business Reaches 65% Of Pre-COVID Figures During Dussehra

Jewellery Business Reaches 65% Of Pre-COVID Figures During Dussehra 0

🕔12:14, 27.Oct 2020

jewellery business is expected to reach 65% of pre-covid, during dussehra People are gradually venturing to purchase jewellery, as things are moving towards normalcy with the government lifting lockdowns. The industry expects to do 60-65 per cent of the total

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VOICE lent a glittering shine to global jewellery industry

VOICE lent a glittering shine to global jewellery industry 0

🕔12:59, 24.Sep 2020

Advantage for Indian jewellery as VOICE came at a time when lockdowns have eased and market is eyeing revival after months of losses due to pandemic The COVID 19 pandemic affected most industries across the globe and the jewellery industry

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Credit outlook negative for gold jewellery retailers: CRISIL

Credit outlook negative for gold jewellery retailers: CRISIL 0

🕔15:17, 18.Sep 2020

New Delhi: Slack demand leading to lower cash accrual, elevated inventory levels and curtailed bank finance will lead to moderately negative credit outlook for gold jewellery retailers this fiscal and hard-brake store expansion, credit ratings firm CRISIL NSE 2.25 %

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India’s August Gold Imports Doubles To Hit 8-Month Peak – Government Source

India’s August Gold Imports Doubles To Hit 8-Month Peak – Government Source 0

🕔11:53, 3.Sep 2020

The world’s second-biggest consumer of the precious metal imported around 60 tonnes of gold in August, up from 32.1 tonnes a year ago India’s gold imports in August nearly doubled from a year ago to the highest level in eight

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Business across showrooms reached pre-Covid levels: Kalyan Jewellers

Business across showrooms reached pre-Covid levels: Kalyan Jewellers 0

🕔11:45, 2.Sep 2020

Kalyan Jewellers, one of the largest jewellery brands in India reports that business across its showrooms has reached pre-Covid-19 levels. Recently Kalyan Jewellers filed a DRHP for Rs 1,750 crore IPO, which will be the biggest retail share offer since 2017. It

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Forevermark presents its first Virtual Forum in India

Forevermark presents its first Virtual Forum in India 0 Updated

🕔19:35, 20.Aug 2020

Themed ‘Meaningful Tomorrows’, the 9th Edition of the Forevermark Forum Addresses Today’s Challenges and Tomorrow’s opportunities Mumbai: 20 August, 2020 – Staying true to the resilience and purpose that diamonds reflect in their sparkle through all odds, including the ongoing

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Gold continues upward trend at Rs 51,160, Silver crosses Rs 61,000 mark

Gold continues upward trend at Rs 51,160, Silver crosses Rs 61,000 mark 0

🕔11:04, 30.Jul 2020

The jewellery industry is expecting the consumer demand for gold to falter further amid surging prices of the precious metal and economic slowdown. Gold prices jumped on Monday to Rs 51,160 from Rs 51,150 per 10 gram, while silver climbed

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Jewellery industry expects consumer gold demand to struggle on surging prices

Jewellery industry expects consumer gold demand to struggle on surging prices 0

🕔10:44, 30.Jul 2020

Gold prices have been ruling at unprecedented highs in India and global bullion markets as investors are preferring safe haven assets amid economic uncertainty triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. MUMBAI: The jewellery industry is expecting the consumer demand for gold to falter further amid

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Hong Kong’s latest virus surge and possible lockdowns have Indian jewellery exporters worried

Hong Kong’s latest virus surge and possible lockdowns have Indian jewellery exporters worried 0

🕔13:00, 22.Jul 2020

KOLKATA: The fresh wave of coronavirus cases in Hong Kong has prompted the government there to think of stricter lockdown raising concern among Indian gems and jewellery exporters. Hong Kong is the nerve centre for the gem and jewellery business

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Gold pips $1,800, first time since 2011

Gold pips $1,800, first time since 2011 0 Updated

🕔12:18, 9.Jul 2020

Gold prices on Wednesday breached the $1,800-an-ounce barrier for the first time since 2011 as investors opted for the safe-haven commodity amid mounting fears of rising coronavirus cases. Spot gold jumped 1 per cent to $1,811.55 per ounce by 1512GMT.

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