Ahmedabad Silver Rs. 1000 GBD: When gold is Rs. within 53000
Mumbai: With the fall in the prices of gold and silver in the jewelery market of Mumbai today, there was a rise in the prices of gold and silver. As the dollar fell in the currency market and the rupee rose, the import balance in the jewelery market has narrowed and due to this, the market has to sell profitably today due to sluggish fresh demand in the market. However, falling yields in the world market and rising tensions between China and the US over the Taiwan issue led to a rise in gold prices in the global market as fund buying in global gold increased. The jewelery market in front of the house was lit up.
Gold prices in the world market were guided by the highs of 1771 to 1772 from 1788 to 1789 to 1784 to 1785 dollars per ounce.
However, in the jewelery market of Ahmedabad, the price of gold per 10 grams is Rs. 400 broke 99.50 Rs. 52800 and 99.90 Rs. 53000 were spoken. While the price of Ahmedabad silver is per kg. 1000 broken Rs. 58500 remained. Silver prices in the world market were instructed to remain in the range of $ 20.43 to $ 20.44 an ounce, from 20.12 to $ 20.38 to $ 20.39 an ounce.
Platinum prices ranged from $915 to $916 in the range of $920 to $921 an ounce, while palladium prices ranged from $2190 to $291, between $2,193 and $2,194 an ounce. Global copper prices were down 0.20 per cent today.
In the domestic currency market today, the dollar fell against the rupee to Rs. Prices were under pressure in the jewelery market as it moved below the level of 79. The price of gold in Mumbai market today is Rs 99.50 without GST. 51461 with Rs. 51231 to Rs. There were 51343. While the price of Rs 99.90. 51668 Rs. 51437 to Rs. were 51549. Whereas with GST the prices were three per cent higher than this price.
Mumbai silver price today excluding GST is Rs. 58379 Rs. 57622 to Rs. There were 57904. Whereas with GST, the price of silver remained three per cent higher than this price. Crude oil prices remained soft in the world market. New York crude was priced at $ 94.20 per barrel at 95.56 and Brent crude was at Rs 101.55. $99.74 was indicated.