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Silver becomes 4 times more expensive than gold, know how much the prices are today


Silver becomes 4 times more expensive than gold, know how much the prices are today 1

new Delhi. There is an environment of rise in the price of gold and silver from foreign markets to Indian markets. In particular, the price of silver is getting much faster. Where silver has crossed $ 25 an ounce on Comex. At the same time, silver is trading more than 500 rupees on the Indian futures market Multi Commodity Exchange, which is about 4 times more than gold. Let us also tell you how much the prices of gold and silver have been.

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Gold and silver in foreign markets
Firstly, gold is trading at 1833 dollars per ounce with a rise of $ 4 per oz on Comex after the fall in gold prices by more than $ 70 an oz in the last two weeks. On the other hand, when it comes to silver, once again it has crossed the level of 25 dollars per ons. Currently, silver is trading 0.66 percent up at $ 25.03 an ons.

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Gold intensifies in domestic market
At the same time, on the domestic market Multi Commodity Exchange, gold is trading up by Rs 133 per ten gram and is trading at Rs 48835 per ten gram. Today, gold started declining at Rs 48608 per ten grams. On Friday, gold had closed at Rs 48702 per ten grams. Today gold reached the all-time high of Rs 48,995 per ten grams.

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Big rise in the price of silver
In the domestic market, silver is trading lower than gold. On the Multi Commodity Exchange, silver is down by Rs 533 to trade at Rs 65,300. While today silver opened sharply, today silver opened at Rs 65055 per kg. Whereas today it had reached the all-time high of Rs 65703.

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