On Tuesday, the first day of the current trading week, the price of gold rose by Rs 211 per 10 grams to close at Rs 50691. On the last trading day of Monday, the price of gold fell by Rs 22 per ten grams to close at Rs 50480 per gram. ,
At the same time, there was a significant increase in the price of silver on Tuesday. Silver prices on Tuesday rose by Rs 2698 69 to close at Rs 59048 per kg. On the other hand, silver closed at Rs 57,350 per kg on Monday with a fall of Rs 69 per kg.
Current rate of 14 to 24 carat gold
In this way, the price of 24 carat gold increased by Rs 211, 23 carat gold by Rs 210, 22 carat gold by Rs 46433, 18 carat gold increased by Rs 158, and 14 carat gold price on Tuesday. 158 will increase by Rs. Gold price rose by Rs 123 and ended the day at Rs 29654 for 10 grams.
Gold from all-time high to Rs. 5500 cheaper, while silver is now around Rs 22600
The price of gold per 10 grams is about Rs 5509 less than its peak at this time. Let us tell you that in August 2020, gold had reached its peak. At that time the price of gold per 10 kg had increased to Rs 56,200. Silver was also falling from its peak at around Rs 20,932 per kg. The price of silver is now Rs. 79980 per kg.
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There are many reasons to buy gold during the festive season. Apart from the traditional point of view buying gold gives you an excellent opportunity for diversification. It is said that there is no better tool than gold when it comes to diversification of assets. , If you haven’t invested in the yellow metal, you’re probably making a mistake. It also provides some relief against bad times. So invest in gold without getting scammed.