Gold and silver rates today surges in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kerala, Visakhapatnam on 20 September 2020

Gold rate today



Gold rate today: The gold rates have increased in the Indian markets following the prices in global markets.

Gold and silver rates today, 20 September 2020: The gold rates have increased in the Indian markets following the prices in global markets. On MCX, gold futures have declined by Rs. 240 to Rs. 53,560 per 10 gram while silver futures have been on slashed by Rs. 600 to Rs. 67,900 per kg. The high prices in the Asian countries is mainly due to the resumption of economic activities. However, the investors believe that the Gold tends to benefit from stimulus measures from central banks. However, going by the gold rates per the day, here are the rates.

The Gold rates in Bangalore have surged today by Rs. 240 with gold rate per ten grams of 22 carat is priced at Rs. 49,120 with a fand per ten grams of 24 carat is at Rs. 53,560 with an increase of Rs. 240.

The gold rates in Hyderabad on Sunday surged by Rs. 210 to Rs 49,580 per ten grams of 22 carat and the gold rate of 24 carat is at 54,060 with Rs. 210 increase. In Kerala, gold rate have been at Rs 47,600 per ten gram of 22 carat while ten grams of 24 carat gold at Rs. 51,930 without change.

22 carat Gold (10gms) 24 carat Gold (10gms) silver (1kg)
Bangalore Rs. 49,120 Rs. 53,560 Rs.67,900
Hyderabad Rs. 49,580 Rs. 54,060 Rs.67,900
Kerala Rs. 47,600 Rs. 51,930 Rs.67,900
Vizag Rs. 49,580 Rs. 54,090 Rs.67,900

The gold rates in Visakhapatnam of Andhra Pradesh have been at Rs. 49,580 and Rs. 54,060 per ten grams of 22 carat and 24 carats with a hike of Rs. 210.

How many times gold rates change in a day?

As the yellow metal gold is traded at Multi Commodity Exchange where the gold rates changes at every moment in the business times. The price alter is mainly due to various factors such as political and economical issues happening in the world. Amid disputes between countries, and demand and supply etc may trigger changes in the prices at every minute. Gold rates vary across India, the second-largest consumer of the metal, due to excise duty, state taxes, and making charges.

How Gold rate is calculated?

As there is no specific measure for the gold and the prices differ from jeweller to jeweller. Final price of the jewellery = Price of gold X (Weight in grams) + Making charges + GST at 3% on

(Price of jewellery + making charges)

Making charges vary depending on the style of the ornament you require as it takes time and work while machine-made jewellery costs less than man-made ones. Gold is regarded as a safe investment-asset and acts as a good hedge against inflation. It has become the go-to-investment-avenue for millions of investors.

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