According to updated data from Multi Commodity Exchange, the value of gold futures rose 0.36% to Rs 48,134 while silver futures rose 1.05 %, which amounted to Rs 63,624.
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The purchase price of 10 grams of 24 karat gold reached Rs 48,320, today November 29, with an increase of Rs 10 compared to the sale price of yesterday which was Rs 48,310. , a kg of silver is exchanged at Rs 62,000, testifying to a fall of Rs 200 compared to the sale price of yesterday which was Rs 62,200.
The rate of gold varies due to its manufacturing costs, state taxes, and excise duties that occur across the country every day.
Below is the revised gold price today in major Indian cities:
In Mumbai and New Delhi, the price of 10 grams of 22 karat gold reached Rs 47,320 and Rs 47,210 respectively. While for the same amount in Kolkata 22 karat gold is sold at Rs 46,990 and in Chennai, the precious yellow metal trades at Rs 45,230 for 10 grams.
Additionally, 10 grams of 24-karat gold is sold in Mumbai at Rs 48,320 and in New Delhi it is purchased at Rs 51,500, according to the Good Returns website. For the same amount in Chennai and Kolkata, the much demanded yellow metal is currently purchased at Rs 49,340 and Rs 49,690.
Looking in other cities, like Patna and Nagpur, the market price of 10 grams of 22 karat gold is Rs 46,130 and Rs 47,320. In addition, for the same amount, 24 karat gold is sold. today at Rs 49,390 and Rs 48,320.
However, revised updates from Bengaluru and Hyderabad reveal that the retail price of 10 grams of 24k gold in these two cities is Rs 49,140. Meanwhile, the price stands at Rs 45,040. for 22-karat gold in these two popular cities.
In Nashik and Mysore, ten grams of 22 karat gold sells for Rs 46,130 and Rs 45,040. In addition, the exchange price for 24 karat gold for the same amount is Rs 49,390 and Rs 49,140. today. In addition, in Jaipur, the precious 22 karat yellow metal is sold at Rs 46,990 and for the same amount, 24 karat gold is priced at Rs 49,240.
According to updated data from the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX), the value of gold futures rose 0.36% to Rs 48,134.00 while silver futures saw a decline. increase of 1.05%, which amounted to Rs 63,624.00.