Gold in the national capital fell Rs. 264 to Rs. 46,452 per 10 gm on Thursday


Posted on 22 July 2021


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According to HDFC Securities, gold in the national capital fell Rs. 264 to Rs. 46,452 per 10 gm on Thursday due to a drop in global precious metal prices and rupee strengthening. The precious gold had closed at Rs. 46,716 per 10 gm in the previous trade on Tuesday. Silver, on the other hand, increased by Rs. 4 to Rs. 65,484 per kg, up from Rs. 65,480 in the previous session. In early trade on Thursday, the Indian rupee rose 18 paise to 74.43 against the US dollar. Gold was down at USD 1,797 per ounce on the international market, while silver was unchanged at USD 25.17 per ounce.


Key Points

  • According to HDFC Securities, gold in the national capital fell Rs. 264 to Rs. 46,452 per 10 gm.

  • Silver, on the other hand, increased by Rs. 4 to Rs. 65,484 per kg, up from Rs. 65,480 in the previous session.


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