Gold Price Today: Gold and silver prices remain strong, but futures prices fall, check latest price

Gold Price Today: Gold and silver prices remain strong, but futures prices fall, check latest price

Gold Prices today: Gold and silver futures prices fall.

New Delhi:

Gold prices have shown a rebound in the past few times. Gold, which has become cheaper by almost 12,000 from its record high, has shown a lot of turnaround in the last few weeks. However, even then gold is running a bit cheaper than its record high of 8,000. The price of gold was Rs 56,200 per 10 grams in August 2020, which is a record high since then. But in the next few months, gold prices continued to fall and gold became cheaper by around 12,000 per 10 grams, however, in the last few weeks, there has been an increase in investor interest towards gold, after which its prices fell despite a Average growth is being observed.

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In the last trading session, gold had fallen by Rs 81, while silver has become cheaper by Rs 984.

Good Returns According to the website, the price of 22 carat gold in Delhi is 46,240 and the price of 24 carat gold is 50,460. In Mumbai, 22 carat gold is running at 44,940 and 24 carat gold at 45,940. In Kolkata, 22 carat gold is Rs 47,430, while 24 carat gold is 49,700 rupees. The price of 22 carat gold in Chennai is 44,690 and 24 carat is 48,760 rupees. These prices are per 10 grams of gold.

if Silver talk According to the website, the price of silver per kg is Rs 68,750 per kg.

Silver is being sold in Delhi for Rs 70,300 per kg. The price of silver in Mumbai and Kolkata is also the same. The price of silver in Chennai is Rs 73,800 per kg.

Gold-silver futures prices fall

Due to weak demand, traders reduced the size of their deals, due to which silver prices fell by Rs 368 to Rs 68,306 per kg in futures trade on Monday. At the Multi Commodity Exchange, the silver futures contract fell by Rs 368, or 0.54 per cent, to Rs 68,306 per kg. In this futures contract, deals were done for 8,286 lots.

At the same time, the demand for silver was also weak, due to which traders reduced the size of their deals, due to which the price of silver fell by Rs 368 to Rs 68,306 per kg on Monday. At the Multi Commodity Exchange, the silver futures contract fell by Rs 368, or 0.54 per cent, to Rs 68,306 per kg. In this futures contract, deals were done for 8,286 lots.

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