New Delhi: Increase in gold and silver prices continues. Both domestic and international prices of these metals have seen a spurt on Tuesday. Domestic and international prices of gold have reached record highs due to the surge. Gold futures of five August 2020 were seen trading at a record high of Rs 52,410 per 10 gram on the MCX exchange on Tuesday morning at 9.8 am, rising to Rs 309.
The futures price of gold on October 5, 2020, was trading at Rs 52,558 per 10 grams, an increase of Rs 306. This is also the all-time high of this gold. The futures price of gold on December 4, 2020, was also found to be trading at a record high of Rs 52,680 per 10 grams with a strong strength on MCX on Tuesday morning.
At the international level also, the price of gold has been shown to be trading at a record level. According to Bloomberg, gold futures on Comex reached $ 2,000 an ounce during trading on Tuesday. According to Bloomberg, this is the highest level of gold. At the same time, the international spot price of gold has gone up to the level of $ 1,981.27 an ounce during trading on Tuesday. This is the highest level of international spot gold.