Month: April 2014

Grasping the scarcity of Gold

Grasping the scarcity of Gold “Gold is really not as enigmatic as one might think after reading endless stories about what’s new in the paper markets, etc.  Gold is finite – quite scarce in fact, and we have a pretty good idea how much is out there.  A small increment of new supply comes on

Gold smuggling: hard task for Customs

Gold smuggling: hard task for Customs “The seizure of 34 kg of gold by the marine police of the Coastal Security Group (CSG) in February at Mandapam and 15 kg of gold by the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) at Kannirajapuram, a coastal hamlet, near here on Saturday is a pointer to the ‘thriving smuggling

Scarcity of gold opens up doors for silver exports

Scarcity of gold opens up doors for silver exports “Shortage of gold as raw material and the consequent decline in gold jewellery exports have opened up avenues of growth for silver jewellery. Efforts to lift silverware and jewellery manufacturing to international standards have started bearing fruit too, as demand from developed markets has improved. Gems