New Delhi / Gold prices have seen a slight jump today. On the other hand, there has been a slight decline in silver. On the Multi Commodity Exchange, the futures price of gold is Rs 46,646 per 10 grams. It touched a low of Rs 46,556 and a high of Rs 46,762 in the morning session. On the other hand, the price of silver has also increased. Silver for December delivery was trading higher by Rs 333 at Rs 60,772 per kg.
Gold price increased by Rs 200
Let us tell you that on Thursday, September 11, gold became cheaper by only Rs 100. Once again gold rose by Rs 100 on September 14, while silver remained stable at Rs 700. Now on September 17, gold fell by Rs 500, then silver has also fallen by Rs 20 to Rs 680. On September 22, gold increased by Rs 200, while silver also increased by Rs 10 to Rs 660.
Know the price of 10 grams of gold in your city
city 22 carat 24 carat
Chennai ₹44,100 ₹48,110
Mumbai ₹45,340 ₹46,340
New Delhi ₹45,660 ₹49,810
Kolkata ₹45,560 ₹48,260
Bengaluru ₹43,850 ₹47,840
Hyderabad ₹43,850 ₹47,840
Kerala ₹43,850 ₹47,840
Pune ₹ 44,680 ₹ 47,830
Baroda ₹44,850 ₹47,320
Ahmedabad ₹44,390 ₹47,910
Jaipur ₹45,410 ₹47,710
Lucknow ₹45,660 ₹49,810
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Rates are not issued by ibja on Saturdays and Sundays except holidays declared by the central government. You can give a missed call on 8955664433 to know the retail rates of 22 karat and 18 karat gold jewellery. Rates will be received through SMS in a while. Apart from this, for information about frequent updates, you can visit www.ibja.co or ibjarates.com.
How to know the purity of gold
Hall marks are given by ISO to identify the purity of gold. 999 on 24 carat gold, 95 thousand 822 carat on 23 carat, 875 on 91 thousand 621 carat and 750 on 18 carat. Most of the gold is sold in 22 carats, while some people also use 18 carats. Carat is not more than 24, and the higher the carat, the purer the gold is called.
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