According to the India Bullion and Jewelers Association, on the third trading day of the week on Wednesday, October 13, the rate of 24 carat gold of 999 purity saw a slight fall of Rs 28. With this, the rate of 24 carat gold has come down to Rs 47307 per 10 grams. At the same time, the rate of silver has increased by Rs 111. Silver has become costlier on Wednesday evening and has reached Rs 61,749 per kg.
Globally, the yellow metal held steady, as investors awaited US inflation data and minutes of the Federal Reserve’s final policy meeting for clues that the central bank would begin to roll back its pandemic stimulus. Spot gold was at $1,760.46 an ounce and US gold futures rose 0.1% to $1,761.20.
Know the price of your city
Gold & Silver Rate in Ahmedabad 22ct Gold: ₹44980, 24ct Gold: ₹48080, Silver: ₹61800
Gold and Silver Rate in Bangalore 22ct Gold: ₹44150, 24ct Gold: ₹48160, Silver: ₹61800
Gold and Silver Rate in Bhubaneswar 22ct Gold: ₹43910, 24ct Gold: ₹48700, Silver: ₹61800
Gold and Silver Rate in Chennai 22ct Gold: ₹44440, 24ct Gold: ₹48480, Silver: ₹65800
Gold & Silver Rate in Coimbatore 22ct Gold: ₹44440, 24ct Gold: ₹48480, Silver: ₹65800
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Gold and Silver Rate in Chandigarh 22ct Gold: ₹44600, 24ct Gold: ₹47400, Silver: ₹61800
Gold and Silver Rate in Delhi 22ct Gold: ₹46300, 24ct Gold: ₹50510, Silver: ₹61800
Gold and Silver Rate in Hyderabad 22ct Gold: ₹44150, 24ct Gold: ₹48160, Silver: ₹65800
Gold and Silver Rate in Jaipur 22ct Gold: ₹45800, 24ct Gold: ₹48170, Silver: ₹61800
Gold & Silver Rate in Kochi 22ct Gold: ₹44150, 24ct Gold: ₹48160, Silver: ₹65800
Be careful while buying
• Under the hallmarking done from the BIS registered centre, 5 types of marks are printed on each piece of jewelry.
• First the logo of the BIS, second the fitness number ie carat sign, third the marking center logo, fourth the year code and fifth the jeweler’s logo or trade mark.
• Those who do half-completed hallmarking without BIS registration keep only 3 or 4 instead of 5 stamps.
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