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LONDON, Jan 14 (Reuters) - London bullion dealer Sharps Pixley has opened Britain's first showroom making gold coins and bars available to private investors in the capital's exclusive district of Mayfair, the company said in a statement.The showroom will offer coins and bars from one gram, costing 35 British pounds ($50), to 400 ounces or 11.3 kilograms, which can be stored in one of the 2,500 safe deposit boxes that Sharps will also offer.
Satellite group Inmarsat lost 19p to 695p after reporting that group revenues in the third-quarter to end-September fell 5.8 per cent to $306.9million, well below the consensus expectation of $315million.Global demand for coins and bars reached 748.6 tonnes in the first nine months of last year, accounting for a quarter of total consumption.European demand stood at 166 tonnes during the same period, according to the latest World Gold Council data.Its parent company, German bullion retailer Degussa Goldhandel, started selling precious metal bars and coins to the public again after Germany's von Finck family bought the name from Evonik in November 2011.The trend of online dating services is growing day-by-day and why not?International Ferro Metals jumped 1.12p or 12 per cent to 10.25p on a positive trading statement and news that quarterly production rose 47 per cent with both furnaces operating.
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The asset purchase target is fixed again at £375billion.