Gold, silver prices up again

                           Gold, silver prices up again

                                                                               Gold, silver prices up again


New Delhi: Gold prices surged by Rs 340 to Rs 29,890 per 10 grams in the last two months due to global uptrend and increased domestic demand. Silver also managed to overcome the psychological level of 40 thousand rupees. According to traders, the continuation of tension between the US and North Korea has raised the demand for precious metals in the form of safe investment. It has stressed their expressions. At the same time, they got support from the demand in the domestic spot market. Globally, gold in Singapore rose 0.09 per cent to $ 1278 per ounce. Silver shine 0.44 per cent to $ 16.99 an ounce.


In the national capital, Delhi's 99.9 percent and 99.5 percent purity rose by Rs 340-340 to Rs 29,890 per ten gram and Rs 29,740 per ten gram respectively. This is the highest level of gold after June 7. It was also 200 rupees in the last trading session. However, the eight-gramy gini kept on Rs 24500

Silver also recovered by Rs 570 to Rs 40070 per kilogram. The weekly supply of silver jumped by Rs 1195 to Rs 38990 per kg. However, silver coins are still stable today. Coin (Rs. 72 thousand) per coin and coin (sold) 73 thousand rupees per hundred.

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