Gold is trading at Rs 49,090 for 10g today; silver price at Rs 61,200/kg


The price of 10 grams of 24k gold rose by Rs 90 on Monday, with the precious metal trading at Rs 49,090.

The price of 22 karat gold remained unchanged at Rs 45,000.

One kg of silver is selling at Rs 61,200, up Rs 100 from yesterday.

In Delhi, the price of 24 karat gold stands at Rs 49,200, while in Mumbai, it is at Rs 49,090, according to the Goodreturns website.

The price of 10 grams of 22 karat gold in Delhi and Mumbai is Rs 45,000.

In Chennai, 10 grams of 24 karat gold is selling at Rs 49,450 on Monday, while 10 grams of 22 karat gold is selling at Rs 45,330.

The price of gold varies across the country due to excise duties, state taxes and manufacturing fees.

In Chennai, the price of 1 kg of silver is at Rs 65,500 today, while in Delhi and Mumbai, the metal is selling at Rs 61,200.

Silver sells for Rs 61,200 per kg in Kolkata, while in Hyderabad and Bengaluru, metal sells for Rs 65,500 per kg.

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