Gold demand is on track for a 4,000 t market by year-end, according to the World Gold Council's MD Marcus Grubb

Gold demand is on track for a 4,000 t market by year-end, according to the World Gold Council's MD Marcus Grubb. Speaking from London, Grubb says gold's major Q2 price fall had sparked massive consumer demand. Q2 gold uptake for jewellery rose 37% from the same period last year and demand for bars and coins soared to an all-time quarterly record of 507 t.


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