Indian spot gold rate and silver cost on Dec 16, 2020

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Gold, Silver, and other valuable metal costs in India on Dec 16, 2020

An expansion of 0.02% in spot gold cost in India was seen since yesterday, taking the incentive to Rs. 49210 from Rs. 49200. It was additionally higher than the earlier week normal of Rs. 49192.86 by 0.03%.

The Indian spot gold cost starting today is Rs. 49210 which developed by 0.02%; the rate was lower than the worldwide gold spot development pace of 0.19%. The worldwide spot cost is $1857.1.

Gold and other valuable metals on Dec 16, 2020

Following the previous pattern, worldwide spot costs proceeded with its development today also. It was timed at $1857.1 per Troy ounce in the most recent close which noticed an expansion of 0.19% over yesterday. This value level is 0.97% higher than the normal gold cost saw in the previous 30 days ($1839.1). Among other valuable metals, silver costs edged higher today. Silver picked up 0.65% to $24.7 per Troy ounce.

Further, the platinum cost has demonstrated an uptick. The valuable metal platinum rose 0.67% to $1046.0 per Troy ounce. In the interim in India, gold was estimated at Rs. 49545 for each 10 gram on MCX, with a difference in Rs. 0.0. Likewise, the cost of 24k gold in the Indian spot market was cited at Rs. 49210.

MCX Gold on Dec 16, 2020

Gold costs in India stayed stable today with fates on MCX cited at Rs. 49545 for every 10 grams. In the past meeting, gold was up 1% or about Rs. 0.0 per 10 gram.

On MCX, silver fates stayed stable at Rs. 65118 for every kg.

The gold spot value today (Rs. 49210) expanded by Rs. 0.0 from yesterday (Rs. 49200), alongside worldwide spot costs development of $3.0 to $1857.1 esteem today. No change was seen in MCX’s future cost starting today and had an estimation of Rs. 49545.

Cash Exchange Rate on Dec 16, 2020

The dollar to rupee transformation has been steady since yesterday and any variance today in the gold cost would propose no connection with the dollar esteem.

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