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Amid rupee depreciation, Gold costs witnessed a surge in Indian markets, on Thursday. Gold costs rose by Rs 112 to Rs 44,286 per 10 gram within the nationwide capital on Wednesday, in accordance with HDFC Securities.

Gold had closed at Rs 44,174 per 10 gram within the earlier commerce. 

Silver additionally rose to Rs 126 to Rs 66,236 per kg, from Rs 66,110 per kg within the earlier commerce.

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The value of gold within the worldwide market at the moment reached $ 1,711 per ounce and silver was flat at USD 25.78 per ounce.

HDFC Securities Senior Analyst (Commodities) Tapan Patel mentioned, “Gold costs traded marginally down at COMEX (New York-based commodities change). The rally in fairness indices and agency {dollars} might restrict upside in valuable metals for the day.” 

Test the Mumbai and Kolkata charges right here:

Mumbai Bullion Closing

(Inclusive Of Octroi And Native Expenses)

Silver Spot (In Rs Per Kg): Rs 66370.00

Customary Gold (99.5): Rs 44501.00

Pure Gold (99.9): Rs 44680.00

Kolkata Bullion Closing

Silver RDY (Bar): Rs 66,900.00 (66,800.00) Per Kg.

Silver RDY (Portion): Rs 67,000.00 (66,900.00) Per Kg.

Gold (24-Carat) RDY: Rs 45,350.00 (45,150.00) Per 10 Grams.

Gold (22-Carat) RDY: Rs 43,000.00 (42,850.00) Per 10 Grams.

Hallmarket Gold (22-Carat): Rs 43,650.00 (43,500.00) Per 10 Grams

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