Gold and silver prices slip from two week high on Wednesday, February 26
After a steady increase in the price of yellow metal for the last week, there has been a sigh of relief for the domestic customers with the decrease...
After a steady increase in the price of yellow metal for the last week, there has been a sigh of relief for the domestic customers with the decrease of gold price on Wednesday, February 26. The fall in the prices have reportedly due to the decline in the international markets.
The good prices in Mumbai has seen a drastic fall by Rs. 750 to 41,250 per ten gram of 22 carat gold while the gold price of ten gram of 24 carat is also declined by Rs. 750 to 42,250. The price of yellow metal in Hyderabad is decreased by Rs. 30 to 40,970 per ten gram of 22 carat while the price of ten gram of 24 carat remained steady at 44,700 respectively.
While the Gold prices in Delhi, the national capital remained steady at, Rs. 41,850 per 10 gram of 22 carat and Rs. 43,050 per 10 gram of 24 carat respectively.
On the other hand, Silver prices at Hyderabad, Delhi and Mumbai per kg decreased by Rs. 1500 to Rs 51,500.