Gold-Silver Price Today: Before Diwali-Dhanteras, gold becomes cheaper, check the rate of 10 grams of gold immediately


Newz Fast, New Delhi: If you are planning to buy jewelry before Dhanteras, then there is important news for you. Let us tell you that today there has been a change in the prices of gold and silver.

Gold prices fell in the international market today, while silver prices have seen a slight rise. Gold prices on the Multi Commodity Exchange fell 0.08 percent in early trade today.

At the same time, the rate of silver has risen by 0.05 percent on MCX today. Due to Diwali and Dhanteras, there is a good demand for both precious metals.

On Wednesday, 24 carat purity gold has fallen by Rs 40 to Rs 50,374 per 10 grams at 9:05 am in the futures market. The price of gold was opened today at Rs 50,397.

Once it went up to Rs 50,317. Later it got some strength and the price went up to Rs 50,374 per 10 grams. There is a slight increase in the price of silver on the Multi Commodity Exchange today. The rate of silver has increased by Rs 26 to Rs 56,380 per kg today.

Gold falls in the international market, silver rises

There has been a slight decline in the price of gold in the international market today. The spot price of gold fell by 0.04 percent to $ 1,650.13 an ounce today.

The price of silver has increased in the international market today. The spot price of silver has increased by 0.34 percent to $ 18.72 an ounce today.

What will happen next

According to a report by Moneycontrol, Yogesh Singhal, President of Chandni Chowk Jewelers Association, says that the demand for gold and silver increases on Dhanteras and Diwali in the jewelery market.

To increase the demand, jewelers are also giving offers to the customers. Booking and buying of gold and silver coins for Dhanteras has started. Singhal said that this time better sales are expected than last year.

Tarun Tatsangi, Assistant General Manager (Commodity Research), Origo E Mandi, says that in the last few months, gold prices are trading in a limited range. These can remain in the range of Rs 49,000 to Rs 51,000 even during festivals.

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