gold price today in mumbai: gold cheaper for third day in a row; Find out today’s Gold-Silver Price – Gold Price Fall On Third Consecutive Session | Maharashtra Times
- Gold and silver prices have started to rise sharply.
- At the Multi Commodity Exchange, gold is trading at Rs 48,397 per 10 grams.
- Gold fell by Rs 680 to Rs 1,400 in three sessions.
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At present, gold is trading at Rs 48,397 per 10 grams on multi-commodity exchanges. It has fallen by Rs 184. Earlier in the day, gold had touched a low of Rs 48,270.
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At present, silver is trading at Rs 7,153 per kg on MCX. It has fallen by Rs 566. Gold had lost Rs 195 to close at Rs 48,589 on Thursday. Silver, however, gained by Rs 313. Yesterday, silver had settled at Rs 71724 per kg. Earlier in the day, gold had lost Rs 189 to close at Rs 48,678 at the close of trading on Wednesday. Silver had lost Rs 750 on Wednesday.
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Gold and silver prices have fallen sharply in the last three days. Gold fell by Rs 680 and silver by Rs 1,400. Gold fell 0.11 per cent to १ 1,901.80 a barrel on Thursday. It was डॉलर 1,908 an ounce on Wednesday.
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According to the Goodreturns website, the price of 22 carat gold fell by Rs 46,490 in Mumbai on Friday. It fell by Rs 110. In Mumbai, the price of 24 carat has gone up to Rs 47,490. Gold fell by Rs 300 in two sessions. The price of 22 carat gold in Delhi today is Rs 46,700. The price of 24 carat gold has gone up to Rs 50,700. Gold prices fell by Rs 200 on Thursday. Today, the price of 22 carat gold in Chennai is Rs 45,980 and 24 carat gold is Rs 50,160. In Kolkata, 22 carat gold is priced at Rs 48,170 and 24 carat gold is priced at Rs 50,750.
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