ince February 2, there has been a big fall in the prices of gold and silver. Where gold has become cheaper by about Rs 1,700, while silver has fallen by more than Rs 5,200.
Gold Rate Today, 09, Feb, 2023 : Even though there is a rise in the prices of gold and silver on Thursday, but since February 2, there has been a big decline in both the precious metals. According to the data of the Indian futures market, gold has become cheaper by about Rs 1,700 per ten grams. At the same time, a decline of more than Rs 5,300 has been seen in the price of silver. On the other hand, gold and silver prices are flat in foreign markets. If experts are to be believed, on February 2, gold prices had reached an all-time high, after which profits are being booked by the investors. Let us also tell you how much the prices of gold and silver have become at present.
Gold became cheaper by Rs 1,700 in 6 days
- On February 2, gold reached an all-time high of Rs 58,847 per ten grams.
- During the trading session on February 9, gold is at the day’s low of Rs 57,184 per ten grams.
- This means that it has become cheaper by Rs 1,663 per ten grams in 6 business days.
- On Thursday, gold opened with Rs 57,238 per ten grams.
- Whereas a day ago, gold had closed with Rs 57,215 per ten grams.
- At present, gold is trading at Rs 57,251 with a gain of Rs 36 in 11.10 minutes.
Silver became cheaper by Rs 5,200
- On February 2, silver reached the day’s high with Rs 72,769 per kg.
- Today, on February 9, silver went to the day’s low with Rs 67,531 per kg.
- Silver has become cheaper by Rs 5,238 per kg in 6 trading days.
- On February 9, silver had opened at Rs 67,619 per kg.
- Whereas a day ago silver had closed at Rs 67,633 per kg.
- At present, silver is trading at Rs 67,578 with a fall of Rs 55.