Gold price falls today: Gold and silver price declines, 22 carat gold at Rs 42844

Gold price falls today, June 30, 2021: The bullion market, today, has seen a decline in the price of gold and silver. Compared to Tuesday, the average price of 24 carat gold fell to Rs 46773 from Rs 235 on Wednesday, weakened by Rs 59 to Rs 67747 per kg. Let us tell you, this month, the price of gold has been much worse since November 2016 due to a change in the stance of the US Federal Reserve. By 12:31 am, spot gold was steady at 7 1,761.80. US gold futures fell 0.1% to 7 1,761.80.

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According to the latest prices released by the India Bullion and Jewelers Association, the price of 23 carat gold has now dropped to Rs 46586. At the same time, 22 carat gold is being sold at Rs 42844 per 10 grams. The most useful 18 carat gold in gold jewelery has now dropped to Rs 35080. Let us tell you that this price, issued by the India Bullion and Jewelers Association, may vary from 500 to 1000 rupees and may be the price of your city.

Analysts say MCX Gold has close to 46,000 support, but is facing resistance at a rate of 47,600. So far this month, gold has been around Rs 2700. And since last year’s peak, 200 56,200, the precious metal has dropped by 10 grams to ಗ್ರ 10,000. According to the website of India Bullion and Jewelers Association (eBearats.com), the prices of gold and silver spot prices in bullion markets across the country are as follows: June 30, 2021.

Metal June 30 rate (Rs. 10 g) June 29 rate (Rs. 10 g)

Rate change (Rs. 10 g)

Gold 999 (24 carats) 46773 47008 -235
Gold 995 (23 carat) 46586 46820 -234
Gold 916 (22 carat) 42844 43059 -215
Gold 750 (18 carat) 35080 35256 -176
Gold 585 (14 carat) 27362 27500 -138
Silver 999 67747 Rs / kg 67806 Rs / kg -59 / kg

IBJA rates are universal across the country

Let us tell you that the rates offered by IBJA are universal across the country. However, the rates offered on this website do not include GST. You can refer to the IBJA rate when buying and selling gold. According to the India Bullion and Jewelers Association, Ibza currently takes gold and silver from 14 centers and gives it its average value. The current gold and silver price or spot price may vary from place to place, but there is little difference in their prices.

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