Slowdown in ETF Inflows Drives 4% Decline in Gold Demand in Q2 2018
Slower inflows into gold-backed exchange-traded funds created a weak comparison against the highs of last year, contributing to the lowest H1 demand since 2009. Whilst China, the world's largest gold market, saw a 7% rise in consumer demand.
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