Gold-Silver Price Today: Gold price remained stable in the Indian bullion market today. At the same time, the price of silver continues to fall. Today, Thursday, October 5, 22 carat gold opened at Rs 52,750 per 10 grams. Whereas 24 carat gold opened at the price of Rs 57,530 per 10 grams. In such a situation, yesterday on Wednesday, 22 carat and 24 carat gold had opened with the same price. In such a situation, like yesterday, even today gold and silver opened with the lowest prices in Bangalore.
Gold rates per 10 grams in metros open with this rate
|City||22 carats (10 grams)||24 carat (10 grams)|
Continuous decline in silver prices
If seen, there is a continuous decline in the price of silver in the Indian bullion market. In such a situation, today on Thursday, October 5, silver opened at the price of Rs 70,700 per kg. Whereas if seen, the price of silver had opened yesterday on Wednesday at the price of Rs 71,000. This means that the price of silver has fallen by Rs 300 per kilogram.
See silver rates in big cities at a glance
Chennai – 73,100 per kg
Mumbai – 70,700 per kg
New Delhi – 70,700 per kg
Kolkata – 77,700 per kg
Bangalore – 69,000 per kg
Ahmedabad – 70,700 per kg
Lucknow – 70,700 per kg
Jaipur – 70,700 per kg
Check the rate from this official site. There are fluctuations in the prices of gold and silver every day in India. In such a situation, people are interested to know the prices of exchanged gold and silver. Consumers can check the changed prices by visiting the official website of Indian Bullion Jewelers Association or can also click on the link given here https://ibjarates.com/. Apart from this, customers can also find out the rates by making a missed call on this number 8955664433.
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