Gold Price Today: Decline in the prices of gold and silver, know where the prices reached today

Gold and silver prices fall

With the fall, the price of gold has come close to the level of Rs 50,500 per 10 grams. On the other hand, silver has once again reached below the level of 60 thousand rupees per kg.

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TV9 Hindi , Edited By: Saurabh Sharma

Jun 30, 2022 | 6:43 PM




There has been a fall in the prices of gold and silver today. Gold and silver prices have become cheaper today due to signals received from foreign markets. with a decline gold price ,Gold Price Today) has come close to the level of Rs 50,500 per 10 grams. Where silver (Silver) has once again reached below the level of 60 thousand rupees per kg. The price of gold has been running above the level of 50 thousand for a long time. However, prices currently remain below Rs 5000 per 10 grams from the record highs touched by gold during the pandemic. At present, the eyes of gold traders are Russia (R)ussia Ukraine crisis) on gold export restrictions, due to which the market is speculating that if there is no further major development, then the Russian crisis may increase the pressure on prices and a rise in prices is possible.

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Where did the gold and silver prices reach?

According to HDFC Securities, the price of gold has fallen by Rs 323 per 10 grams in Delhi today and today gold has come down to the level of Rs 50572. Due to this, gold had closed at Rs 50895 per 10 grams in the previous trading session. On the other hand, silver prices have also seen a decline today and the price has come down from Rs 776 per kg to Rs 59377. A day earlier, silver was at Rs 60153 per kg. In foreign markets, gold is trading at $ 1815 an ounce and silver at $ 20.76 an ounce. Compared to the previous session, limited pressure has been seen in it. HDFC Securities Senior Commodity Analyst Tapan Patel said that due to negative signals from gold prices in the global market, prices have fallen in the domestic market. He said that due to mixed signals from foreign markets, gold prices are trading in a range.