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Gold prices fall sharply today, silver rates slump too

Gold prices fall sharply today, silver rates slump too

New Delhi: Gold prices fell sharply on Thursday in global markets amid the prospect of reduced Federal Reserve stimulus. Spot gold fell 0.7% to $1,774.41 per ounce. In India, futures trading on MCX is closed today for the first half due to a public holiday. Trading will resume at 5

Gold rates plunge to 4-month low today silver rates slump too

Gold rates plunge to 4-month low today silver rates slump too

New Delhi: Gold and silver prices continued to decline in India, on Monday, tracking a global selloff in precious metals. On MCX, gold futures fell 1.3% or ₹600 to a four-month low of ₹46,029 per 10 gram while silver shed 1.6% or ₹1,000 to ₹63,983 per kg. In the previous

Gold prices today rise again, jumping ₹5,000 in less than 2 months

Gold prices today rise again, jumping ₹5,000 in less than 2 months

Gold and silver prices today edged higher in Indian markets, following the uptick in global rates. On MCX, gold futures were up 0.4% to ₹49,049 per 10 gram while silver rose 0.7% to ₹72,622 per kg. In the previous session, gold had risen 0.62% while silver had gained 0.51%. Concerns

Gold rates jumps to near 4-month high, silver sees a rise too

Gold rates jumps to near 4-month high, silver sees a rise too

New Delhi: Both the precious metals – Gold and silver – witnessed a price hike on May 24, edging higher in Indian markets. On MCX, gold price rose 0.24% to near four-month high of ₹48519 while silver rates jumped 0.5% to ₹71,440 per kg. In the previous session gold had

Gold price dips. Experts say ‘good opportunity’ for buyers

Gold price dips. Experts say ‘good opportunity’ for buyers

Gold price at Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) dipped ₹311 after closing at ₹47,640 per 10 gm mark on Tuesday. However, silver price continued to scale and closed ₹338 higher from its Monday close. Silver on Tuesday had a closing price of ₹71,882 per kg. However, commodity experts have maintained that