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 Gold 24K / Ounce (09 May, 2021 02:41:00 )

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Alam Tue 11 Jul, 2017

Qatar is my favorite place to deal in with the gold. So I want some buyers from Qatar. Is there anybody interested to buy gold from me at a reasonable price?
Aleena Mon 22 May, 2017

Qatar based-Bank imports record volumes of gold to meet demand. With the falling prices and strong buying interest in gold, Doha Bank imported a record 740.8kg (23,818 ounces) of the yellow metal over the first seven months of 2015 to keep up with sustained demand from jewelry manufacturer, jewelers, retail and high net worth (HNI) investors, said a statement. Doha Bank is one of the few banks authorized to import gold in Qatar and offers gold bars and mint coins to its customers at a competitive price. Gold prices fell below $1,100 (QR4005) in July 2015, touching a five-year low, and continue to hover around the mark, triggering heavy buying interest.
Sufyan Bin Abdullah Tue 25 Aug, 2015

Qatar- Jeweller launches 'double your savings' promotion. Malabar Gold & Diamonds has announced that it is giving customers an opportunity this summer to double their savings while purchasing jewellery from the leading retailer. Customers can buy jewellery by using their credit/debit cards without paying any additional charge. Also, Malabar Gold & Diamonds gives customers the advantage of converting their jewellery purchase into "easy payment plans" in association with various banks, through which they can enjoy flexible payment options for up to six months' instalments without paying any interest, according to a statement. Further, the group has announced its exclusive "Zero Deduction Exchange" offer, whereby buyers can exchange 22K gold ornaments bought from any GCC country and purchase new jewellery by paying only the making charges, without any deduction in gold rate. Customers can also browse through the new jewellery assortment added to popular brands, including Ethnix - handcrafted designer jewellery, Era - uncut diamond jewellery, Mine - diamonds unlimited, Divine- Indian heritage jewellery, Precia - precious gem jewellery and Starlet - kids' jewellery. All stores in the GCC and Far East also feature masterpieces from India, Pakistan, Bahrain, Turkey, Italy and Singapore, along with exchange offers and buyback policies. The jewellery chain offers lifetime free repair and maintenance service for all its products, the statement adds.
Saeed Hannan Sat 25 Jul, 2015

Gold rush as prices plunge to 5-year low. Gold prices in Qatar yesterday fell to five-year low, triggering huge rush by customers for the yellow metal. Prices of one gramme of 24-carat gold plunged to QR137, down 35 percent compared with the peak days in October 2011 when prices were around QR210. For the past one month 24-carat gold had been trading at QR143-QR145 and yesterday one gramme was trading at QR128 in the local market. “There is a huge rush for gold because of falling prices. We have not seen 24-carat gold trading at this level (QR137) in the past five years,” Joseph M P, Sales Manager, Sky Jewellery, told The Peninsula. “Most customers are expatriates, with Indian and Egyptian buyers dominating the scene. Demand is high for jewellery,” he added. Gold prices in Qatar are falling, taking cues from international market. Yesterday, an ounce of gold in international market plunged to $1,080 — the lowest level since February 2010. “A few days after Ramadan and Eid Al Fitr are usually dull in terms of gold buying because customers buy most of it during the holy month. “The recent fall in gold prices has changed the trend and again brought customers back to jewellery shops,” said Biju Ramachandran, Regional Manager, Atlas, a gold jewellery chain with three retail outlets in Qatar and 60 in the Middle East and India. “Demand for gold is highly price-sensitive in Qatar. Whenever prices fall, demand for jewellery goes up sharply. Similarly, demand goes down when prices rise,” he added. After touching peak in the second half of 2011, prices of 24-carat gold in Qatar showed some sign of moderation and oscillated between QR180 and QR200 until September 2012. But prices rose to QR210 in October 2012, then started declining and the trend continues. Last year, prices were around QR160-QR150. “The decline in gold prices provides good opportunity for customers like me. I am buying gold jewellery for my daughter. It is better to buy jewellery now because I know gold prices will move up in the coming years. “For me, gold is a long-term investment,” said an expatriate woman waiting for her turn to buy jewellery at Malabar Gold and Diamond showroom at Lulu Hypermarket on D-Ring Road. The recent price fall is driven largely by the strengthening of the US dollar on the expectation of interest rate hike by US central bank in the coming months. Any increase in US interest rates will strengthen the dollar, prompting more fund outflows from gold and other commodities to the dollar. Another reason for the slide in prices was data released by China last week that showed Beijing has been buying less gold than analysts had forecast. China is the world’s biggest consumer of gold and any slowdown in its demand affects the prices.
Ahmed Bin Noman Sat 25 Jul, 2015