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  • 1. Gold Demand Trends - third quarter 2013 Investment The West to East shift continued, with Asian markets absorbing the outflow of gold from western ETFs. Consumer demand The global trend for consumers to buy jewellery at a higher caratage intensified. Caratage Central Banks Central banks made net purchases of 93 tonnes, with ex-Soviet block countries generating the bulk of the demand. Jewellery stores are increasingly stocking and selling small bars, further evidence of the increasing overlap between gold as investment and jewellery. This happens notably in Middle Eastern & Asian markets Technology The unrelenting popularity of smart phones and tablets has ensured a growing source of demand for gold in the semiconductor space. 93 tonnes 103 tonnes

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