New Delhi: If you want to buy gold or want to make gold jewellery, then there is great news for you. Gold rose marginally on the second day of the trading week, while silver remained cheap today. According to a website of Indian Bullion Jewelers Association (IBJA), gold rose by Rs 122 to Rs 46,404 per 10 grams today. Silver fell by Rs 53 per kg to Rs 59,661 per kg.
Earlier on Monday, gold had closed at Rs 46,282 per ten grams. On Monday, silver had closed at 59,714 per kg. On the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX), gold was trading lower by Rs 76 per 10 grams at Rs 45,620.2. Silver rose by Rs 117 to Rs 59,726. In this way, gold is selling cheaper by about Rs 97.96 per 10 grams from today’s all-time high.
Let us tell you that in August 2020, gold touched its all-time high. At that time gold had touched Rs. 56,200 per ten grams. Earlier, gold had fallen below Rs 45,000 in the domestic market. On January 1 this year, gold was at Rs 50,300. Silver is getting cheaper from its highest level at around Rs 20,276 per kg. The all-time high of silver is at Rs 79,980 per kg.