The world’s largest gold and diamond market is expanding rapidly.
The global market is worth $50 billion, and according to the latest market data, demand for gold is increasing at a rapid rate.
Gold prices are rising at a rate of 12 per cent in the first half of 2017.
The market is expected to reach $60 billion in 2021.
The demand is expected at $70 billion.
However, the demand for the precious metals is not growing as fast as the market itself.
“There are many reasons for this,” said Vijay Kumar, managing director of the Silver Institute, a private investment bank based in Mumbai.
“The gold market is not in a good shape.”
There are also signs that the demand in the world’s biggest gold and silver market has been stagnating.
Gold prices are falling by about 40 per cent from the same period last year.
The decline in demand is partly due to the slowdown in the Chinese economy.
In June, gold and Chinese demand dropped by 1 per cent compared to the same month last year, according to Bloomberg.
The demand is now up by 10 per cent year-on-year, but the market is seeing a lot of volatility in the market.
There is a lot more volatility because there is a shortage of gold in China.
There are some signs that gold prices are going up again, said Kumar.
Gold and silver are two of the largest metals in the financial sector.
But there is also demand for platinum, palladium and palladium bullion.
Gold, silver and platinum prices are set to fall sharply in the next few years.
The price of gold has dropped about 40 percent from its peak in 2013, while silver is about 80 per cent down.