On Friday, the spot price of gold has registered a slight rise in the domestic bullion market. According to HDFC Securities, the price of gold in the national capital has increased by only Rs 8 per 10 grams on Friday. With this fast, the price of gold in Delhi has gone up to Rs 49,959 per 10 grams. This slight rise in the price of gold has been recorded due to the boom in global markets. Earlier in the previous session, gold had closed at Rs 49,951 per 10 grams on Thursday.
In the domestic bullion market, on Friday, the spot price of non-gold silver recorded a decline. On Friday, silver fell by Rs 352 per kg. The fall brought the price of silver to Rs 52,364 per kg. Significantly, in the previous session, silver had closed at Rs 52,716 per kg on Thursday.
Talking about the international market, on Friday evening, the global futures price of gold was trending at $ 1813.90 an ounce with a rise of 0.56 percent or $ 10.10 on Comex. In addition, the global spot price of gold was currently trending at $ 1808.87 an ounce, rising 0.29 percent or $ 5.32.
At the same time, on the global level, its futures price was trending at $ 19.14 an ounce on Comex on Friday evening by $ 0.17. In addition, the global spot price of silver was currently trading at $ 18.77 an ounce, rising 0.65 percent or $ 0.12.