DelhiDesk The price of gold fell by Rs 243 between morning and evening on May 5, according to the India Bullion and Jewelers Association, closing at Rs 61,496. Silver, on the other hand, saw a rise of Rs 29, closing at Rs 77,280 per kg. Gold is currently selling Rs 150 cheaper than its all-time high of Rs 61,646 per ten grams, which it reached on May 4, 2023. In the international market, gold is trading at $2,937.97 an ounce, down by $11.96, while silver is trading at $25.90 an ounce, down by $0.17.
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– Gold and silver rates in major cities of India were announced
– Gold prices fell by Rs 243 from morning to evening, closing at Rs 61,496 per ten grams
– Silver prices rose by Rs 29 from morning to evening, closing at Rs 77,280 per kg
– Gold is now selling Rs 150 cheaper than its all-time high of Rs 61,646 per ten grams
– Futures trade of gold on MCX in the evening is down by Rs 217.00, trading at Rs 61,276.00
– Gold is trading with a decline in the international market, currently at $2,937.97 an ounce
– Silver is also trading down in the international market at $25.90 an ounce
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