The graph below gives information about Dubai’s gold sales in 2002. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The line graph depicts the amount of gold sold in Dubai in one year. Overall, it is seen that the sale of gold was at its peak only two times, that is, in March and August. However, the most significant decline was recorded from March to July. In the end, it stood in almost the same position at which it stared.
In the first month, the sale of gold was around 200 million dirhams, and in the next year, it started increasing gradually. In March, it reached a peak of 350 million dirhams; however, the sales of gold started declining in the same month, and the trend remained the same for the next four months.
The data further collates that the gold sale gradually rose in July, and in august, the recorded sale was 200 million dirhams. Moreover, in the whole winter season, it suffered from fluctuation and stopped early, the same as it was in the month of January.