Gold Price Today: The gold price is declining, know how cheap gold is today

Gold price today 29 June 2021: In the bullion market, the gold price is still down, but the silver price is rising. On Tuesday, today the average price of 24 carat gold fell by Rs 10 to Rs 47079 while silver rose by Rs 60 to Rs 68269 per kg. However, gold is being sold for less than 47000 in the Delhi bullion market.

According to the latest prices released by the India Bullion and Jewelers Association, the price of 23 carat gold has now dropped to Rs 46890. At the same time 22 carat gold is being sold at Rs 43,124 per 10 grams. The most useful 18 carat gold in gold jewelery has now dropped to Rs 35309. 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.

According to the website of India Bullion and Jewelers Association (, on June 29, 2021, gold and silver spot prices in bullion markets nationwide are as follows

Metal June 29 rate (Rs. 10 g) June 28 rate (Rs. 10 g)

Rate change (Rs. 10 g)

Gold 999 (24 carats) 47079 47089 -10
Gold 995 (23 carat) 46890 46900 -10
Gold 916 (22 carats) 43124 43134 -10
Gold 750 (18 carat) 35309 35317 -8
Gold 585 (14 carat) 27541 27547 -6
Silver 999 68269 Rs / kg. 68204 Rs / kg 65 / kg

If we talk about the retail price of gold jewelery, 22 carat gold jewelery is being sold at Rs 4548 per gram without jewelry making fee and GST. At the same time, 18 carat jewelry costs Rs 3766 per gram. And the price of 14 carat jewelry is Rs 3131. At the same time, the price of 24 carat fine gold is Rs 4708 per gram.

Gold is still cheaper at Rs 9175

If you compare the latest price with the all-time high gold price (Rs. 56254 per 10 grams), gold is still cheaper by Rs 9175. In bullion markets, gold and silver shines this week. Last week, 24 carat gold was priced at Rs 61 per 10 grams. At the same time, silver has lost Rs 220 per 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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