Festival buying spree continues in India’s gold market | Smita Balram

retail.economictimes.indiatimes.com | BENGALURU/MUMBAI: A festival-led shopping for spree continued in India’s retail gold market this week, although premiums eased barely from every week in the past and gross sales volumes have been seen as decrease year-on-year. Reductions in high client China narrowed additional¬†…

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