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Chinese gold demand may rise 20% by 2017

LONDON: China's annual demand for gold could jump around 20% by 2017 as more of its increasingly wealthy population seek new ways to make money, the World Gold Council predicted on Tuesday.

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Beijing should boost gold reserves to 5%, says World Gold Council

HONG KONG: China should increase its gold holdings to around 5% of its total foreign exchange reserves to help diversify currency risks, the World Gold Council (WGC) said.

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Gold prices edge up on trade fears, rate cut hopes

BENGALURU: Gold prices edged higher on Thursday, hovering below the 15-week high hit in the previous session, supported by trade worries and a possible U.S. rate cut, even as some investors locked in profits in bullion after a recent rally.

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Demand for gold rises amid global uncertainties

Affin Hwang says some countries have increased their gold holdings

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London's streets no longer paved with gold as miners struggle

LONDON: Reports that AngloGold Ashanti Ltd is considering a London listing provide some festive cheer to a city that’s lost its way as a home for gold miners.

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Gold rises as US political uncertainty breeds risk-aversion

BENGALURU: Gold prices climbed on Monday, holding ground near a six-month high hit last week, as investors remained concerned about political uncertainty in the United States and global economic slowdown.

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Barrick Gold guys Randgold for US$6.5bil and creates world's biggest gold producer

LONDON: Canada's Barrick Gold Corp has agreed to buy Randgold Resources Ltd in an all-stock deal valuing the Africa-focused miner at $6.5 billion, to create the world's largest gold producer in an industry under investor pressure to put capital to good use

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Borneo Aqua Harvest yields first gold dore bar in Tawau

KUALA LUMPUR: Borneo Aqua Harvest Bhd has successfully commissioned its gold processing plant and yielded its maiden gold dore bar from its mining project in Tawau, Sabah.

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Asia gold buyers unimpressed by price dip; India shifts to premium

MUMBAI: Physical gold demand lacked vigour in most Asian hubs this week amid a slight dip in prices, while the yellow metal switched to a premium in India for the first time in over 1½ months due to a correction in local rates.