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Gold, Silver Price Today: Domestic Gold Futures Reclaim Rs 52,000 Mark, Silver Tops Rs 69,700

Spot gold settled at Rs 51,893 per 10 grams on Tuesday, based on business physique IBJA

Gold, Silver Price In India: Domestic gold and silver futures climbed larger on Tuesday amid weak spot within the greenback abroad, as treasured metals rose forward of a two-day assembly of the US central financial institution. Global equities registered cautious good points in anticipation of a standing on the accommodative financial coverage on this planet’s largest economic system. Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) gold futures (due for a October 5 supply) rose by Rs 402 – or 0.78 per cent – to settle at Rs 52,089 for the day, whereas silver futures (December 4) rose 1.08 per cent to Rs 69,708.

During the session, the gold contract had risen to as excessive as Rs 52,182, and silver strengthened to Rs 69,887. (Track Gold Futures Here)

Globally, spot gold on Comex touched an almost two-week excessive of $1,968.80 per ounce, as a softer greenback and expectations the Federal Reserve will reinforce its accommodative financial coverage supported the yellow metallic. Silver futures jumped 1.86 per cent to the touch the $27.36 an oz. mark. (Also Read: Is Silver The New Gold?)

The greenback index – which measures the greenback towards six currencies – declined as a lot as 0.29 per cent on Tuesday.

Back house, spot gold settled at Rs 51,893 per 10 grams on Tuesday, and silver at Rs 66,758 per kilogram, excluding GST, based on Mumbai-based business physique IBJA or India Bullion and Jewellers Association. 

Gold has been one of the crucial constant gainers by way of the six months of coronavirus pandemic-led turmoil in monetary markets. (Also Read: Gold “Dream Run” May Continue: Analysts)

What Analysts Say

“Unless there are major triggers, we may see directionless trade in gold going forward, as the price of the yellow metal stays stuck in a range of $1,900-2,000/oz. Mixed activity in exchange traded fund flows also shows lack of direction in the market,” stated Ravindra Rao, VP-head commodity analysis, Kotak Securities.

Gold could stay uneven amid lack of cues going forward, he added. “However, general bias may be on the upside owing to increasing challenges to global economy and hopes of dovish stance of major central banks.” 

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