Gold Prices Today: Global Bullion prices In line with the strength of the gold, on Thursday, gold rose marginally by Rs. 36 to Rs. 47,509 per 10 grams in Sarafa Bazar in the national capital. However, gold futures prices have declined due to weak spot demand. Gold is seen trading flat on Friday. On the Multi-Commodity Exchange (MCX), the Gold futures of April were trading at a level of Rs 47,475 per 10 grams with a fall of 0.07 per cent. At the same time, the Silver Future of March was trading at a level of Rs 68,600 per kg, rising by 0.18 per cent.
If you talk about gold prices, according to HDFC Securities, gold improved in the local market due to the strong market. On the previous day, gold had closed at Rs 47,473. Silver also rose by Rs 454 to Rs 69,030 per kg. In the last trading session it was at Rs 68,576 per kg. In the international market, gold rose to US $ 1,844 an ounce, while silver was almost unchanged at $ 27.18 an ounce.
At the same time, traders cut their deals due to weak spot demand, due to which gold fell 0.12 percent to Rs 47,954 per 10 grams in the future market. On the Multi Commodity Exchange, the price of delivery gold futures fell by Rs 59, or 0.12 per cent, to Rs 47,954 per 10 grams in April. It traded for 12,279 lots.
However, in the international market, New York, gold was trading up by 0.02 percent at $ 1,843 an ounce.
(With input from language)