On Tuesday, the second day of the week, gold prices rose in the futures trade. On the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX), June gold futures opened at Rs 45,420 per 10 grams, rising by Rs 71 in the morning. In the previous trade, it had closed at Rs 45,349 per 10 grams. Gold was trading at Rs 45530 per 10 grams on MCX around 9.30 am on Tuesday.
Like gold, silver futures also rose on Tuesday and the May silver futures on MCX opened by Rs 588 and opened at Rs 65,150 per kg. In the previous trade, the closing price of silver futures in the evening was Rs 64,562 per kg. Silver was trading at Rs 65020 per kg on MCX around 9.30 am on Monday.
Talking about the prices of gold and silver in the international market, the global price of gold declined on Monday to $ 1,727 an ounce. While the global price of silver remained almost unchanged at $ 24.78 an ounce. Explain that the international price of gold and silver (International Price) also affects the domestic prices of these precious metals.