Gold And Silver Price Surge Today – Gold Price Today Gold-Silver Expensive; Gold prices rise in global markets

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  • The rally in global commodity markets hit MCX today.
  • Gold and silver prices rose today.
  • Gold has gone up by Rs 450.

The second wave of the corona is feared in some countries on the European continent. Against that backdrop, Gold Price has once again emerged as a safe investment option. The rally in global commodity markets hit MCX today. Gold rose by Rs 450 on the MCX today.

At the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX), Gold Price is currently trading at Rs 4,016 per 10 grams, an increase of Rs 176. Earlier, gold had touched Rs 45,299. It had increased by Rs 450. Currently one kg on MCX The price of silver 68018. It has increased by Rs 791. Silver had touched a high of Rs 68,470 today.

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According to the website Good Returns, the price of 22-carat Gold Price fell by Rs 43,970 in Mumbai on Thursday. The price of 24-carat gold has gone up to Rs 44,970. In Delhi, the price of 22-carat gold has gone up to Rs 44,160. Gold for 24 carats is priced at Rs 48,160. In Chennai, the price of 22 carats is Rs 44,270 and the price of 24 carats is Rs 46,910. In Kolkata, 22-carat gold is priced at Rs 44,270 and 24-carat gold is priced at Rs 46,910.

The Federal Reserve has maintained a zero interest rate role in its credit policy. As a result, the value of the dollar fell. The Federal Reserve has indicated it will keep interest rates at zero by 2023. Therefore, the growth of gold in the commodity market has created a conducive environment, experts say. Gold is trading at १७ 1727.20 an ounce in global commodity markets. Silver is trading at. 26.06.

Corona infection is once again spreading in India. The number of coronary heart disease patients has increased by 24%. In the last 24 hours, 5 thousand 871 new cases of corona have been added. In addition, the total number of coronary heart disease patients has reached 1 crore 14 lakh 74 thousand 605 so far.

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