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gold point

n
(Banking & Finance) finance either of two exchange rates (the gold export point and the gold import point) at which it is as cheap to settle international accounts by exporting or importing gold bullion as by selling or buying bills of exchange. Also called: specie point
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On May 26, 2012, Pratip Chaudhury, Chairman, State Bank Group, had inaugurated the 1000th office of the bank, the Palakkad Gold Point Branch.