on a steady rise from Rs.2362 per gram on 28th June 2012 to Rs.2715 today. It may be worth considering investment in Gold. After the National Spot Exchange imbroglio, it may be worth investing through any Gold ETF or a Gold mutual Fund. Those with a penchant for greater risk can invest in two world gold
7.59 PM Aug 12th 2013
Source:Economic Times - MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank of India tightened restrictions on gold lending on Tuesday for regional rural banks (RRBs) and said the curbs extend also to units of gold exchange traded funds (ETF) and units of gold mutual funds, to tame demand for the yellow metal and rein
7.03 PM Jun 25th 2013
Ya sir thats true . And sir views on rel cap. Are u holding shares in rel cap? And what abt the new happening in rel cap ,that they will stop gold loan ,gold mutual funds etc frm now onwards.is it positive for rel cap or do u think this will hamper relcap ?
4.37 PM Jun 23rd 2013
not be in the nature of bullion or primary gold, there would be no objection to the bank granting loans against these coins, it added. RBI also said that banks cannot give advances against gold Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and units of gold Mutual Funds. Earlier this week the government also raised the import duty
4.48 PM Jun 7th 2013
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