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Gold Price: Gold has lost Rs 8,000 from its previous high, silver also breaks down by Rs 12,500, know the price

New Delhi, On the last trading day of the previous week, on Friday, February 5, 2021 futures gold fell by Rs 308 to Rs 49,140 per 10 grams on the MCX exchange. Apart from this, the futures price of gold on April 5, 2021 fell by Rs 298 to Rs 49,298 per 10 grams on MCX on the last trading day of the previous week. Let us know how much gold prices have changed in the last week.

Gold rose in the last week

Gold has gained in the past week. On Monday, January 18, the first trading day of the week, the price of gold on MCX opened on February 5, 2021 futures at Rs 48,699 per 10 grams. At the same time, the price of this gold had closed at Rs 48,702 per 10 grams in the previous session. In this way, the price of this gold has increased by Rs 438 per 10 grams last week.




Like gold, silver prices also registered an increase last week. On the last trading day of the previous week, on Friday, March 5, 2021 futures silver fell by Rs 658 to Rs 66,642 per kg on MCX. The silver price opened on Monday, January 18 on MCX at Rs 65,055 per kg on the first trading day of the previous week. It closed at Rs 64,764 per kg in the previous session. In this way, the price of this silver has increased by Rs 1878 per kg in the previous week.Gold is far below its previous high

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Gold prices are still significantly lower than their previous highs. On February 5, 2021, the previous high of gold prices of futures was seen on August 7, 2020. In this session, the February 2021 futures gold had closed at a price of Rs 57,100 per ten grams. In this way, the price of gold has fallen by Rs 7960 compared to its previous high level.




Silver prices are also down significantly compared to their previous highs

Current silver prices are also significantly down from their previous highs. The previous high level of silver was seen on 10 August 2020. In this session, the price of silver in March 2021 futures closed at Rs 79,147 per kg. In this way, the price of silver has fallen by Rs 12505 per kg compared to its previous high level.

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