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