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Gold Price Today: Gold becomes so expensive in Delhi, know gold-silver rates in different cities

Gold Price Today: Gold becomes so expensive in Delhi, know gold-silver rates in different cities

Gold Prices today: Gold and silver, both witnessed a surge.

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Gold-Silver Price Update: There was a big jump in precious gold on Wednesday, after which gold has become a bit expensive. However, if seen on average, gold is still about 11,000 cheaper than its August 2020 record high. On Wednesday, the value of the rupee was seen falling, however, in the meantime, gold rose in the bullion market of Delhi. On Wednesday, gold rose by Rs 587 to Rs 45,768 per 10 grams in Delhi. HDFC Securities gave this information. In the last trading session, gold had closed at Rs 45,181 per 10 grams.

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Silver also saw a good boom on Wednesday. Silver rose by Rs 682 to Rs 65,468 per kg. Silver had closed at Rs 64,786 per kg in the previous trading session. If we talk about the rupee, the rupee fell 24 paise to 73.66 rupees per dollar in the forex market on Wednesday in the early trade.

Prices of different cities

According to the Good Returns website, the price of 22 carat gold in Delhi is 44,810 and the price of 24 carat gold is 48,880. In Mumbai, 22 carat gold is running at 44,350 and 24 carat gold at 45,350. In Kolkata, 22 carat gold is 45,140 rupees, while 24 carat gold is 47,840 rupees. The price of 22 carat gold in Chennai is 43,340 and 24 carat is 47,280 rupees. These prices are per 10 grams of gold.

At the same time, if we talk about silver, according to the website, silver is being sold in Delhi at Rs 66,660 per kg. The price of silver is the same in Mumbai and Kolkata. Silver is being sold at Rs 70,900 per kg in Chennai.

Gold future also saw rise

On the other hand, the futures prices of gold have also gone up. The demand for gold has increased, due to which the boom in gold is being seen. On Wednesday, gold rose by Rs 346 to Rs 46,265 per 10 grams in futures trade. On the Multi Commodity Exchange, the price of gold futures delivered in the month of June rose by Rs 346, or 0.75 per cent, to Rs 46,265 per 10 grams. It traded for 12,491 lots.

(With input from language)

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