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Gold-Silver Price Today: Slight decline in gold but silver fell by Rs 1094, futures market also sluggish, see rate


Gold-Silver Price: Big fall in silver, sluggishness in gold too.

New Delhi:

Gold-Silver Price Update: Not only in the domestic market, but also in the international market, the luster of gold and silver is fading. In the international market, there was a marginal gain in gold, but in the local market, gold saw a slight decline. At the same time, silver has registered a big decline. In the last trading session on Wednesday, in the Delhi bullion market, gold had closed at Rs 46,607 per 10 grams with a slight fall of Rs 61. In its previous session, gold had closed at Rs 46,668 per 10 grams.

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At the same time, seeing a big fall yesterday, silver fell by Rs 1,094 to Rs 64,779 per kg. Its previous closing price was Rs 65,873.

However, if we look at Thursday morning, according to GoldPrice.org, if we look at the international market, then on MCX at 8.37 in the morning Indian time, gold saw a rise of 0.91 percent and the metal is at the level of $ 1816.13 per ounce. At the same time, silver has seen a big jump of 1.96 percent and silver has climbed to the level of $ 25.22 an ounce.

IBJA rates

If you look at the rate of India Bullion and Jewelers Association Limited ie IBJA, then with the last update, the price of gold and silver today is like this- (These prices are given per gram without GST charge)

999 (purity) – 47,761
995- 47,570
916- 43,749
750- 35,821
585- 27,940
Silver 999- 66,386

If we talk about futures prices in the domestic market, then…

If we look at yesterday’s session, till the closing, gold for delivery in August fell by Rs 18, or 0.04 per cent, to Rs 47,555 per 10 grams on the Multi Commodity Exchange. It had a business turnover of 3,502 lots.

At the same time, the price of silver rose by Rs 63 to Rs 66,119 per kg in futures trade on Wednesday. At the Multi Commodity Exchange, silver futures for delivery in September rose by Rs 63, or 0.1 per cent, to Rs 66,119 per kg. In this futures contract, trades were made for 12,658 lots.

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