Gold-Laden Brides in India Defy Metal's Slump

Nov. 18 (Bloomberg) -- Relatives of newlywed Amrita Mannil talk about the fondness for gold in Indian tradition and society. At her wedding in Kozhikode, in south-western India, the 25-year-old bride wore about 800 grams (1.8 pounds) of gold. Her jewelry is typical and represents the cultural and social affinity Indians have had toward the precious metal for centuries, making the country the world’s largest consumer last year. (Source: Bloomberg)

George Magnus: BOE Efficiency Diminishing Over Time
48:38 - George Magnus, senior independent economic adviser at UBS, examines options before the Bank of Japan and the prospective economic fix sitting in the cash piles of Japanese companies. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
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