Gold Silver Price : Gold futures price increased, silver also became expensive, know the price

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Gold Silver Price : Gold futures price increased, silver also became expensive, know the price

Today on Friday, the futures price of gold and silver increased in the domestic market. On MCX, gold futures rose 0.4 percent to Rs 47,430 per 10 grams. Talking about silver, it was up 0.35 percent at Rs 62,941 per kg. In the previous session, gold rose 0.15 and silver was down 0.9 percent. The yellow metal is still down by Rs 8770 from last year's high (Rs 56,200 per 10 grams).


Gold Silver Price : Gold futures price increased, silver also became expensive, know the price


So much is the price in the global market

In the global markets, spot gold prices today rose 0.1 percent and settled at $1,793.68 an ounce. Among other precious metals, silver held steady at $23.54 an ounce. On the other hand, platinum was up 0.3 percent at $982.52.


Traders and investors are cautious amid growing concerns about the spread of the delta variant. Uneven global economic recovery and volatility in the rupee against the dollar affect the price of precious metals. Gold ETFs are based on the price of gold. The price of the yellow metal fluctuates only on the fluctuations in its price. It should be noted that ETF inflows reflect weak investor interest in gold. A stronger dollar makes gold more expensive for holders of other currencies.

Gold Silver Price : Gold futures price increased, silver also became expensive, know the price

Investors Withdrew Rs 61 Crore From Gold ETFs In July

Investors withdrew over Rs 61 crore from gold ETFs in July. Whereas earlier, gold was being invested in ETFs for seven consecutive months. During this period, investor interest in equities and debt funds has increased due to attractive returns. According to the Association of Mutual Funds in India (Amfi), the number of folios increased to 19.13 lakh in July despite negative inflows in this category. Investments in ETFs have steadily increased since August 2019, with the exception of February 2020, December 2020, and July 2021.