DelhiDesk The retail business of gold in India continued until late evening on May 26, 2023, with the wholesale business closing in the evening. Gold closed at INR 60,142 per 10 grams, registering a rise of INR 90 between morning and evening. The rate of silver closed at INR 70,500 per kg, recording a rise of INR 309 between morning and evening. Gold is selling cheaper by INR 1,504 from its all-time high, while silver is trading below its all-time high of INR 76,464. In the international market, gold is trading at $1,953.55 per ounce, while silver is trading at $23.19 per ounce. On the Multi Commodity Exchange, the futures trade of gold on June 5, 2023, is trading at INR 59,565.00 with a gain of INR 105.00, and the futures trade of silver on July 5, 2023, is trading at INR 71,018.00 with a gain of INR 776.00.
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– India Bullion and Jewelers Association reports gold price at Rs 60,142 in the evening, a rise of Rs 90 from the morning
– Silver closes at Rs 70,500 per kg, a rise of Rs 309 from the morning
– Gold is selling cheaper by Rs 1,504 from its all-time high, while silver is trading below its all-time high of Rs 76,464
– Multi Commodity Exchange reports futures trade of gold on June 5, 2023, trading at a level of Rs 59,565.00 with a gain of Rs 105.00
– Gold is trading in the US with a gain of $13.07 at the rate of $1,953.55 an ounce, while silver is trading at a level of $23.19 per ounce with a gain of $0.48
– Old gold jewelry selling faces problems due to government rules
– 9 years of PM Modi has led to Rs 20 lakh crore earnings
– Gold and silver rates decreased, while earlier they became more expensive
– Gold ETF sees money doubling before completion of government scheme.
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