New Delhi: Gold and silver prices rose in global markets on Tuesday, October 27, due to the collapse of Kovid-19 and the imposition of sanctions on it. The Trump administration is considering a new economic package for Covid-19, but no decision has been made. However, amid this uncertainty, gold and silver prices are rising. Gold-silver prices have risen in the domestic market compared to the global market.
Gold prices have also risen in the domestic market
On Tuesday, the MCX gained 0.33 per cent, or Rs 170, to Rs. Silver futures rose 0.94 per cent to Rs 62,488 per kg. Arrived. Meanwhile, gold spot was sold at Rs 51,128 per ten grams in Ahmedabad’s bullion market on Tuesday. At the same time, the price of gold futures was Rs 51,083 per ten grams. On Monday, gold fell by Rs 59 to Rs 51,034 per ten grams in the Delhi market, while silver by Rs. 753 to Rs. 62,008 per kg.
Gold prices have risen in Asian markets
Gold prices have risen in Asian markets. Spot gold rose 0.3 per cent to 90 1,907.77. American gold futures rose 0.2 percent to 9 1909.20. The dollar index fell 0.1 percent. Gold prices hit a three-month high in the Indian market last week. Jewelers boosted the stock in hopes of getting more customers during the festive season. Meanwhile, SPDR’s holdings, the largest gold-based ETF, fell 0.14 per cent to 1,263.80 tonnes. Silver, on the other hand, fell 0.5 per cent to 24 24.45 an ounce.
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