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Silver price rises by one thousand rupees in the evening, know how much gold has become cheaper

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new Delhi. In the second session of the evening trading on the futures market Multi Commodity Exchange of India, the price of gold and silver is seen increasing. Currently, there is a big rise in the price of silver in the futures market. Because of which the price of silver is trading around 66 thousand rupees. While talking about gold, it is trading at Rs 49,500 per ten grams. According to experts, the decline in gold and silver was seen for the past few days. Due to which gold became cheaper and once again investment started.

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Rise in gold prices
First of all talk about the price of gold in the futures market, at 7.40 pm, gold is trading up by Rs 84 per ten grams at Rs 49,527. Whereas gold rose to an all-day high of Rs 49,850 today. Whereas gold was open today at 49,510 per ten grams. On Wednesday, gold had closed at Rs 49,443 per ten grams. According to experts, gold can once again cross the level of 50 thousand rupees.

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Silver price rise
Talking about the price of silver in the futures market, it is trading at Rs 66103 per kg with a gain of Rs 1250 at 7.42 pm. Whereas today silver touched an all-time high of Rs 66,800 per kg. While today silver opened at Rs 65000 per kg. Whereas Tuesday closed at 64,853 per kg.

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Gold and silver also become expensive in foreign markets
At the same time, the price of gold and silver is seen in foreign markets. First of all, on the gold, Comex is currently trading at $ 1858 an ons with a rise of $ 3 an ons. While the price of silver is getting much faster. Currently, silver is trading up over 2 per cent at $ 25.16 an ons.

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