Gold Market


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Gold Market

The supply and demand for the buying and selling of gold, a major precious metal. Because gold is considered a hedge against inflation (that is, it retains its value during bouts of inflation), one may buy gold if one thinks the inflation rate might accelerate. Conversely, one may sell gold if one is concerned about disinflation.
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Similarly, those seeking greenback as an investment opportunity have switched to the gold market.
The gold market has witnessed a state of recession during Ramadan despite the drop in gold prices by about EGP 45 over the past period following the global decline of gold prices and the depreciation of the USD against the Egyptian pound in the local market.
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Summary: While the gold market in the UAE witnessed a slight pull back effect, following the introduction of the value added tax (VAT), the market is...
(https://www.cnbc.com/2019/03/06/gold-markets-dollar-us-china-trade-stock-markets-in-focus.html) In the gold market, prices inched up slightly above the 5-week low and turned steady.
Abu Dhabi: Abu Dhabi Police have arrested a gang of three thieves who stole 12-kg of gold bars and jewellery worth Dh2.4 million in the capital's Baniyas gold market, it was announced on Thursday.
The new showroom in Jeddah is the brand's second showroom in Al-Balad's gold market and the third in Jeddah.
However, recent shifts in the market, coupled with rapid increases in the rates of gold and an uncertain political situation, has caused the gold market in Pakistan to contract.
Police arrested the close friend of deceased, according to details the resident of Gold Market, G-7/3 Umer Mushtaq left his home last day on his own vehicle.
"The gold market has been buzzing with activity since the start of the holy month of Ramadan.
The gold market is still caught in a trading range.
GAZA, February 28, 2018 (WAFA) - The gold market in Gaza, known as "Caesarea," is devoid of shoppers except of the few who came to sell a piece of gold to use the money to pay for something more urgent that would help them through these difficult times.