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Indians plow 2.95 tonnes of gold into banks

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Published : August 01st, 2016
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The Indian government's plan to incentivize households to hand their gold over to banks in return for interest payments appears to be working.

According to The Indian Express, the government collected 919 crore (US$137.8 million) during the fourth tranche of its Sovereign Gold Bond program, rolled out in November 2015.

"The amount realised through the fourth tranche, at around Rs 919 crore, is the highest achieved as yet. The previous highest was Rs 746 crore in the second tranche, when the issue price was only Rs 2,600 per gram of gold. This was mobilised through over 1.95 lakh applications representing around 2.95 tonnes of gold," a finance ministry statement said.

The first three tranches of the Sovereign Gold Bond program raised 1,318 crore (US$197.6 million). The fourth tranche was launched July 18-22, in consultation with the Reserve Bank of India. ...

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