Gold rates in India sees a decline while silver price increased on Tuesday, February 18
Gold prices in India have been not following particular trend for the last few days, which are mostly affected by many international factors including ...
Gold prices in India have been not following particular trend for the last few days, which are mostly affected by many international factors including inflation, change in global prices. Gold prices in Hyderabad has seen a drop by Rs. 100 for making it to Rs. 39,150 per 10 gm of 22 carat while gold rate of 10 gm of 24 carat gold is declined by Rs. 140 to Rs. 42,640. The gold rates in Vijayawada and Visakhapatnam are similar.
While the Gold prices in Delhi, the national capital also followed the same trend with a decrease of Rs 160. With this the gold rates for 10gms of 22 carat and 24 carat stood at Rs. 39,950 and 41,150 respectively.
Today's gold rates in Mumbai see a slight hike of Rs 10 thus making it to Rs. 39,750 per 10 gms of 22 carat and Rs. 40,750 for 10 gms of 24 carat gold.
Silver prices at Hyderabad, Delhi and Mumbai have shot up by Rs 53 per kg making it to 49,553