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ANALYSIS OF COMMODITY MARKET (GOLD & SILVER) Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) By SNEHA GUPTA ERA BUISSNESS SCHOOL Dwarka sector-9 July 2013 Acknowledgement I owe many thanks to all those people who helped and supported me during the process & completion of this project. I would thank my Institution for giving me an opportunity to undertake this project. My deepest thank to Mr. Vinay Pratap Singh (Sr. Manager online), Mr. B.Sanjeev Kumar my industry mentor, for guiding me throughout the project completion process with attention and care. He displayed all the patience required to go through the project and make necessary correction as and…show more content…
Agriculture commodities include wheat, rice, pulses, cereals, edible oils, ground nut etc. Non- agriculture commodities includes crude oil, non ferrous metals like gold, silver, nickel, copper etc. My basic study of bullion and specifically of gold & silver led me to the fact that though India is the largest consumer of gold & silver. India largely has unorganized gold market. The government policies regarding the same have also changed considerably over the years. From being a restrictive trade, now it has been opened up after the recommendation of the Tarapore Committee. Gold itself has a mass appeal in all the countries of the world and thus its prices are always under notice. Whole commodity market is divided into two broad categories those are agriculture commodities and non agriculture commodities. Agriculture commodities include wheat, rice, pulses, cereals, edible oils, ground nut etc. Non- agriculture commodities includes crude oil, non ferrous metals like gold, silver, nickel, copper etc. I have mainly focused upon the commodity gold & silver. What are the essential features of gold & silver as a precious metal and as a commodity? This session would broadly deal with Gold & Silver as a commodity, its Production, Demand & Supply, fluctuation in price and its significance as a commodity traded in

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