Gold / Silver Price Today: On Wednesday, on the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX), the price of October futures gold fell 0.57 percent after four days of gains.
Gold / Silver Price Today: After a boom in the last few trading sessions, there has been a huge fall in the prices of gold and silver in the Indian markets today. On Wednesday, on the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX), the price of October futures gold fell 0.57 per cent after four days of gains. While the price of September futures silver declined by 0.70 per cent. In the previous session, gold had closed flat, while silver had gained 1 per cent.Also Read: Attention SBI Customers! Bank changed the big rule, there may be problem in transaction
In the global markets, gold prices have declined today due to the rise in the US dollar. Ahead of the Fed’s annual economic meeting in Jackson Hole, investors were also cautious and traders will see if Chairperson Jerome Powell gives a timeline for stimulus withdrawal.
New price of gold and silver (Gold/Silver Price on 25 August 2021)-
On Wednesday, October futures gold on MCX fell by Rs 272 to Rs 47,340 per 10 grams. At the same time, the price of September futures silver fell by Rs 423 to Rs 63,073 per kg. Experts say that gold prices may fall in the coming days, as the buying phase continues in the stock markets around the world. In such a situation, the trend of investors has shifted from gold to the stock market.Also Read: Jio Rs 447 Plan: 60 days validity, 50GB data with no daily limit and more
Let us inform that due to the rise in international level to Mangalavalar, the prices of gold at the domestic level once again increased. In the country’s capital Delhi, the price of 10 grams of gold increased by Rs 170. In Delhi, the price of 10 grams of gold of 99.9 percent has increased from Rs 46,374 to Rs 46,544.Also Read: CM Yogi will launch Ujjwala Yojana 2.0 today, 20 lakh women will get benefit
At the same time, silver prices rose by Rs 172 per kg during this period. In Delhi’s bullion market, the price of one kg of silver has increased from Rs 61,412 to Rs 61,584.
Buy gold by seeing hallmark
Always buy gold after seeing the hallmark. Because being certified by this means that the gold is real. This certification is given by the Certification Bureau of Indian Standards. At the same time, local jewelers sometimes sell jewelry without a hallmark. In this situation you have to identify it yourself.Also Read: TMKOC: Nattu Kaka’s condition after cancer, a shocking photo surfaced