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About Nigarpudhaa

(INFONIC INDIA FINANCIAL SERVICES PVT LTD CHANGED TO NIGARPUDHAA E CAPITAL SERVICES)

Commitment - Committed to your satisfactions

Nigarpudhaa: New horizon for commodity traders and Investor to depend on high end quality service through dedicated experienced professionals who are committed to maintain the highest level of customer service. Positioned to stand apart in enhancing our brand through broking service guarantying full clientele satisfaction. One to one direct interactive based clarification and updation for all our customer needs and queries even to cover multi query calls.

Professionals - Quality inputs for safer investments

Experienced commodity professional with a decade of industry exposures; You as a client to capitalize for your valuable and safe trading. Amassed wealth of financial knowledge to deliver comprehensive investment and trading solutions.

Advisory - Precise positioning of trading ideas

Advisory redefined for prefect deliverance of success to enhance your Investment. At your reach for immediate assessment of market condition and trends through our exceptional Technical analysis, Fundamental Outlook and Product guidance.

Why Nigarpudhaa

Commodity Professionals – Delivering Value- Creating trading confidence through NIGARPUDHAA knowledge driven education - Multi option trading guidance to arrest the loss and to remain in profit as we proclaim: Learn Earn.

 

Services

Our Services

We're continuously thinking creatively, searching for innovations, and working hard to introduce new services in the area of Equity, Derivatives, Commodities & Currency investments and trading.

To enhance client relationship we offer Pro-active Relationship Management :

  • Educating and providing awareness about commodities futures markets to clients.
  • Dedicated relationship team to answer client queries round the clock related to any of the commodities.
  • Studying price movements and advising clients in trading opportunities on real time basis using various tools.
  • Trading Recommendations / Alerts to clients on actively traded commodities via online messenger, Flash on trading terminals.
  • We regularly conduct awareness and educational programs for our esteemed clients, business associates and traders to facilitate knowledge of the advancements being made in this sector.

Careers

Nigarpudhaa Careers

Nigarpudhaa is one of the leading investment firm in Southern India. The lifeline of the organization is its young and energetic team of professionals. Recruiting graduates & post graduates primarily from leading universities those can strive continuously to set new standards of customer service excellence.

Building up a team of high skilled manpower to strengthen the organization to reengineer the broking service with advance management tools. Come be a part of our aim in positioning Nigarpudhaa as one of the leading reputed service firm in broking industry. We reward the ‘Meritocracy’ and you be part of it. Opportunity welcomes you to work in a greater environment and you to gain experience & knowledge.

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Gold

Major Characteristics

  • Gold (Chemical Symbol-AU) is primarily a monetary asset and partly a commodity.
  • Gold is the world's oldest international currency.
  • Gold is an important element of global monetary reserves.
  • With regards to investment value, more than two-thirds of gold's total accumulated holdings is with central banks' reserves, private players, and held in the form of high-karat jewellery.
  • Less than one-third of gold's total accumulated holdings are used as 'commodity" for jewellery in the western markets and industry.
gold

Demand and Supply Scenario

  • Global gold demand was impressive in 2011 with the volume growing to 4574 MT.
  • Investment was the main driver of growth, although jewellery and technology were resilient in the face of higher gold prices.
  • Record mine production was offset by lower recycling activity and significant central bank purchases.
  • Demand for gold bars and coins accelerated as a result of concern over the financial health of the Eurozone, high inflation in some countries, positive price expectations, and relative poor performance of a range of alternative investments.
  • In 2011, gold mine production increased by 83 MT to 2822 MT; a third year of growth and a second successive all-time high.

Global Scenario

  • London is the world's biggest clearing house.
  • Mumbai is under India's liberalised gold regime.
  • New York is the home of gold futures trading.
  • Zurich is a physical turntable.
  • Istanbul, Dubai, Singapore, and Hong Kong are doorways to important consuming regions.
  • Tokyo, where TOCOM sets the mood of Japan.

Indian Scenario

  • India is the largest market for gold jewellery in the world and a key driver of the global gold demand.
  • The domestic drivers of gold demand are largely independent of outside forces. Indian households hold the largest stock of gold in the world. Two thirds of the Indian demand for gold comes from the rural parts of the country.
  • In 2011, gold’s role as an inflation hedge bolstered its appeal in India.
  • The nation witnessed jewellery and investment demand of 933.4 MT.
  • The nation was by far the largest single investment market in 2011 and accounted for 25% of the total bar and coin demand. India imported a record 969 MT of gold in 2011.

Factors Influencing the Market

  • Above ground supply of gold from central bank's sale, reclaimed scrap, and official gold loans.
  • Hedging interest of producers/miners.
  • World macroeconomic factors such as the US Dollar and interest rate, and economic events.
  • Commodity-specific events such as the construction of new production facilities or processes, unexpected mine or plant closures, or industry restructuring, all affect metal prices.
  • In India, gold demand is also determined to a large extent by its price level and volatility.

Measurement

Weight Conversion Table

To convert fromToMultiply by
Troy ounces Grams 31.1035
Million ounces Tonnes 31.1035
Grams Troy ounces 0.0321507
Kilograms Troy ounces 32.1507
Tonnes Troy ounces 32,150.70
Kilograms Tolas 85.755
Kilograms Tolas 26.7172
Kilograms Bahts 68.41
Troy ounces Grains 480.00
Troy ounces Avoirdupois ounces 1.09714
Troy ounces Penny weights 20.00
Avoirdupois ounces Troy ounces 0.911458
Short tonne Metric tonne 0.9072

Purity

Gold purity is measured in terms of karat and fineness :

Karat : pure gold is defined as 24 karat

Fineness : parts per thousand

Thus, 18 karat = 18/24 of 1, 000 parts = 750 fineness

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Silver

Major Characteristics

  • Silver (Chemical symbol-Ag) is a brilliant grey-white metal that is soft and malleable.
  • Silver has unique properties such as its strength, malleability, ductility, electrical and thermal conductivity, sensitivity, high reflectance of light, and reactivity.
  • The main source of silver is lead ore, although it can also be found associated with copper, zinc and gold and produced as a by-product of base metal mining activities.
  • Secondary silver sources include coin melt, scrap recovery, and dis-hoarding from countries where export is restricted. Secondary sources are price sensitive.
  • Silver is unique amongst metals due to the fact that it can be classified as both a precious metal and an industrial metal.
  • Today, silver is sought as a valuable and practical industrial commodity and as an investment.
  • Silver is an important element of the global monetary reserves.
  • It is an effective portfolio diversifier.
silversilver

Demand and Supply Scenario

  • Worldwide silver fabrication demand was 876.6 million ounces (Moz) in 2011, down 1.5 per cent but still reaching its second highest level since 2000.
  • Physical silver bar investment grew by 67 per cent in 2011 to 95.7 Moz, while global fabrication of coins and medals rose by almost 19 per cent to an all-time high of 118.2 Moz.
  • Silverware off take dropped by 10.2 per cent to 46.0 Moz as a result of lower demand in India on higher prices coupled with ongoing structural decline in western markets, although part of the fall was offset by some gains in China.
  • World silver mine supply increased net by 1.4% to a new record level of 761.6 Moz.
  • Scrap supply rose 12 per cent to a second straight record of 256.7 Moz driven by gains in jewellery and silverware recycling on higher prices.
  • Government sales fell by a massive 74 per cent to a 14-year low of 11.5 Moz in 2011.The hefty decline was entirely due to a collapse in sales from Russia where disposals dropped by nearly 90 per cent.
  • Notable production losses were observed in Australia, Peru, the United States and Turkey, amounting to 20.3 Moz (-632 t).

Global Scenario

  • Silver is predominantly traded on the London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) and COMEX in New York.
  • LBMA, as the global hub of over-the-counter (OTC) trading in silver, is its main physical market. Comex is a futures and options exchange, where most funds' activities are focused.
  • Silver is invariably quoted in the US dollars per troy ounce.

Indian Scenario

  • India's silver demand averages 2500 Metric Tonnes(MT) per year, whereas the country's production was around 342.13 MT in 2011.
  • Nearly 60% of India's silver demand comes from farmers and rural India, who store their savings in silver bangles and coins.

Factors Influencing the Market

  • Economic events such as national industrial growth, global financial crisis, recession, and inflation affect metal prices.
  • Commodity-specific events such as the construction of new production facilities or processes, unexpected mine or plant closures, or industry restructuring, all affect metal prices.
  • Governments set trade policy (implementation or suspension of taxes, penalties, and quotas) that affect supply by regulating (restricting or encouraging) material flow.
  • Geopolitical events involving governments or economic paradigms and armed conflict can cause major changes.
  • A faster growth in demand against supply often leads to a drop in stocks with the government and investors.
  • Silver demand is underpinned by the demand from jewellery and silverware, industrial applications, and overall industrial growth.
  • In India, the real industrial demand occupies a small share in the total industrial demand of silver. This is in sharp contrast to most developed economies.
  • In India, silver demand is also determined to a large extent by its price level and volatility.

Measurement

Weight Conversion Table

To convert fromToMultiply by
1 Moz MT 31.103
1 Ton Troy ounces 32,511
1 Ton Grams 1,000,000

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Copper

Major Characteristics

Copper (chemical symbol - Cu) is a malleable and ductile metallic element that is an excellent conductor of heat and electricity. It is also corrosion resistant and antimicrobial.

It stands at the third place in context of the world consumption after steel and aluminium.

Copper is an important contributor to the national economies of mature, newly developed and developing countries.

Copper is one of the most recycled of all metals. It is our ability to recycle metals over and over again that makes them a material of choice.

copper

Demand and Supply Scenario

  • In 2011, world mine production continued to underperform with respect to capacity and remained at the 2010 level of 16.005 million MT.
  • In 2011, global refined copper production was 19.630 million MT, up from 18.998 million MT in 2010. The global refined copper consumption was 19.988 million MT, compared with 19.375 million MT in the previous year.
  • On a regional basis, refined copper production increased in Africa (11%), Asia (6%), Europe (4.5%) and Oceania (12.5) but decreased in the Americas (-3.5%).

Global Scenario

  • While Chile accounts for 34% of the total world copper mine production, Peru, USA, China, Australia and Indonesia, together are responsible for around 32%.
  • Growth in refined copper usage has been especially strong in Asia, where demand has expanded more than five-fold in less than 30 years.
  • Major refined copper exporting countries are Chile, Zambia, Japan, Russia and Peru, while major refined copper importing countries are China, USA, Germany, Italy and Taiwan.

Indian Scenario

  • India's production of refined copper is approximately around 4% of the total world production and in terms of figures it is around 600,000 MT.
  • India's copper consumption increased at an annual rate of 6.3% to 540,000 MT in 2011, which accounted for only 2.8% of the world copper market.
  • Sterlite Industries, Hindalco, and Hindustan Copper are three major producers of copper in India. India is emerging as net exporter of copper from the status of net importer on account of rise in production.
  • Electric and electronic products industry has become the largest sector for consuming copper in India, accounting for 36% of the total Indian copper consumption.
  • Telecom is still India's second largest copper consuming sector, accounting for 20% of the total Indian copper consumption.

Factors Influencing the Market

  • Copper prices in India are fixed on the basis of the rates that rule on the international spot market, and Rupee and US Dollar exchange rates.
  • Economic events such as national industrial growth, global financial crisis, recession, and inflation affect metal prices.
  • Commodity-specific events such as the construction of new production facilities or processes, new uses or the discontinuance of historical uses, unexpected mine or plant closures (natural disaster, supply disruption, accident, strike, and so forth), or industry restructuring, all affect metal prices.
  • Governments set trade policy (implementation or suspension of taxes, penalties, and quotas) that affect supply by regulating (restricting or encouraging) material flow.
  • Geopolitical events involving governments or economic paradigms and armed conflict can cause major changes.
  • There is also a national economic growth factor. Societies, as they develop, demand metals in a way that depends on their current economic position.

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