Big fall in gold prices, prices slipped below 49 thousand, check latest rates

Big fall in gold prices

Big fall in gold prices

Gold-silver (Gold Rates Today) rates have seen a decline today. On the Multi Commodity Exchange this morning, the future trade in gold fell by Rs 297.00 to trade at the level of Rs 48,846.00 on the Multi Commodity Exchange.

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  • Last Updated:January 27, 2021 1:12 PM IS

new Delhi: Gold-silver (Gold Rates Today) rates have seen a decline today. On the Multi Commodity Exchange this morning, the future trade in gold fell by Rs 297.00 to trade at the level of Rs 48,846.00 on the Multi Commodity Exchange. Apart from this, the futures trade of silver was trading at Rs 66,130.00 level with a fall of Rs 405.00. Let’s check the latest rates of gold and silver in the country’s capital –

>> 22 Carat Gold: Rs 48090
>> 24 carat gold: Rs 52460
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Gold price slipped in international market

Talking about the gold price in the international market, today there is a decline here too. In the US, gold is trading at a rate of $ 1,846.20 per ounce, falling by $ 7.71. In addition, silver is trading at $ 25.33, down by $ 0.13.

Continuation will continue in 2021
Let us tell you that in the year 2021, the price of gold can see a rise. According to experts, this year the price of gold can reach 63000 rupees per 10 grams. This year, the rates of gold can continue to be great. In the year 2020, there was a lot of strength in gold.

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According to HDFC Securities senior analyst Tapan Patel, in 2021, there will be a sharp rise in the price of gold. Given the concerns of the global economic recovery, market experts are speculating that the target for gold on Comex this year is $ 2,150 and $ 2,390 per ounce.



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