Gold became cheaper by Rs 1,873 in a day, there was a huge fall in silver too

The war between Russia and Ukraine has had a major impact on metal prices around the world. India was also no exception to this. In the Indian bullion market, there was dangerous fluctuation in the prices of gold and silver in this trading week. Gold became cheaper by Rs 1,873 in the last one day, while silver fell by Rs 2,975 per kg in 24 hours. However, gold has become costlier by more than Rs 500 in a week. At the same time, silver has become more expensive by more than Rs 1500.

On the same Friday, the price of gold (Sone ka bhav) came down to Rs 50,667 thousand per 10 grams as against Rs 52,540 on Thursday (February 24). At the same time, the price of silver (Chandi ka Bhav) fell from Rs 68,149 a day earlier to Rs 65174 per kg as compared to Thursday. While there was a big fall in the prices of gold and silver in one day, there has been an increase in the prices of gold and silver due to this entire trading week. According to the Indian Bullion and Jewelers Association, 24 carat gold was Rs 50,089 per 10 grams on the first day of the trading week, meaning on the evening of 21 February 2022 (Monday), which means 25 rupees per 10 grams on the previous trading day. Till February (Friday), it has increased by Rs 578 to Rs 50,667. Similarly, an increase of Rs 576 has been registered in the price of 995 i.e. 22 carat gold. Silver has become costlier by Rs 1,513 per kg throughout the week.

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