After a short-term gain, the metals of the currency, mainly gold and silver, are falling slightly. The price of gold drops by Rs 1000 per 100 grams for 22 karat gold, Rs 1100 per 100 grams for 24 karat gold, while silver faces a drop of Rs 40 per 100 grams. Read this article to learn more about gold and silver prices in your city.
Coin metals have always been among the essential commodities for middle-class society. The relationship between supply and demand plays a vital role in the fluctuation of gold and silver prices. The prices are comparatively higher in the southern states of India, while they are economical in central, western and northern India.
Considering the four metros, Chennai has the most expensive gold at Rs 47,950 for 22 carats and Rs 52,300 for 24 carats, while Kolkata and Mumbai have the same prices at Rs 47,100 for 22 carats and Rs 51,380 for 24 carats. In addition, the price of gold varies between Rs 47,100 and Rs 47,950 for 22 karat gold, and Rs 51,380 and Rs 52,300 for 24 karat gold.
Silver prices vary between Rs 580 and Rs 633 for 10 grams across India. While Chennai has the most expensive silver at Rs 633 for 10 grams, other states sell silver at Rs 580 for 10 grams. Over the past 10 days, silver prices have fluctuated between Rs 551 and Rs 580 per 10 grams.
According to the Good Returns report, these are gold and silver prices in different cities of India. Looked.
Gold and silver prices in the main places (per 10 grams)
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