Gold Price Slashed By Rs 6087, Know Latest Rates Here

Gold Price First day Of Navratri 2022: Buying gold in Navratri is considered auspicious. At present, the price of gold in the Indian bullion market has fallen. The price of gold has also declined on the first trading day of the week i.e. Monday. In this sense, you can buy gold on the first day of Navratri today.

New Delhi: Gold Price First day Of Navratri 2022: With Navratri, festivals have arrived. If you are planning to buy gold in these festivals, then this time is going to prove to be very good for you. Actually, at this time gold prices have fallen in the Indian bullion market. The price of gold has also declined on the first trading day of the week i.e. Monday. In this sense, you can buy gold on the first day of Navratri today. Buying gold in Navratri is considered auspicious (Gold price).

The price of gold has fallen in the domestic bullion market today. Gold was trading on MCX at 10.26 am today with a fall. This morning on MCX, the price of gold for delivery in October was seen trading at Rs 49313, down 0.18 per cent by Rs 88. In the previous trade, gold had closed at Rs 49401. During this, business was done in 5758 lots.
Gold price last week On Saturday, the last trading day of last week, there was a fall in the price of gold. After the fall in the price of gold in the bullion market on Saturday, the price of 22 carat gold had reached Rs 46,000 per ten grams on Saturday. During this, a fall of Rs 500 was recorded in it. Apart from this, the price of 24 carat gold also saw a fall on Saturday. When the market opened on Saturday, the price of 24 carat gold was Rs 50,200 per ten grams. During this, there was a fall in the price of gold by Rs 530 per ten grams.

gold Price against record high price

In the month of August 2020, the price of gold had reached its all-time high rate. In August, 2020, the price of gold had reached Rs 55,400 per ten grams. Today, the price of gold in the market is Rs 49313 per ten grams. If you compare today’s price with its all-time high rate, then you will see that gold has broken up to Rs 6,087 per ten grams.

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