Today, gold fell in Delhi bullion market, silver rose marginally.
Gold Silver Price, 18 February 2021: In the domestic market, even after Wednesday, the prices of gold fell. At the same time, there was a slight increase in the price of silver prices. According to experts, the price of gold in the international market continues to fluctuate. Due to this, the price of precious yellow metal is seen in Indian markets.
- February 18, 2021, 5:03 PM IST
New Delhi. Gold prices have been recorded in Indian markets even after Wednesday. On Thursday, 18 February 2021, gold price decreased by Rs 320 per 10 grams in Delhi Bullion market. In contrast, Silver price today recorded a slight rise of Rs 28 per kg. During the last trading session, gold had closed at Rs 46,187 per 10 grams in Delhi Bullion Market. At the same time, silver had closed at Rs 68,255 per kg. In the international markets (International Markets) today, gold prices recorded a sharp rise, while silver prices remained the same.
New Gold Prices (Gold Price, 18 February 2021) – On Thursday, gold prices declined by Rs 320 per 10 grams in Delhi Sarafa Bazar. The new price of 99.9 grams purity gold in the capital Delhi (Delhi) has now gone up to Rs 45,867 per 10 grams. Earlier in the trading session, gold had closed at Rs 46,187 per 10 grams. At the same time, the price of gold in the international market rose to $ 1,780 an ounce today.
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Why did the recorded gold fall? According to experts, there has been a continuous upsurge in the prices of gold in international markets. Its effect is clearly visible in Indian markets. At the same time, due to the strengthening of the rupee against the dollar, gold prices are falling in local markets. Buying gold at the current level can prove to be a profitable deal in the long term. According to an estimate, the price of gold can reach Rs 63,000 per 10 grams this year.