New Delhi: Gold prices reached 50 thousand rupees per 10 grams level for the first time on Wednesday. This record rise in gold prices has come after the rise in foreign markets. The most impact of the situation born in the Corona period is being seen in Gold, due to which it has become the first choice of investors. However, there has been some softening in gold prices in Delhi on Thursday.
Due to this, prices increased
Gold trading has seen a boom in the markets of London, New York and Switzerland. Due to which gold prices have reached a record high. In Delhi, the price of 10 grams of gold has been recorded at Rs 50,405. Things are not going well in London and New York markets. Due to which investors have suddenly turned to gold. Bullion banks have suffered extensive losses. Gold lending rates are increasing.
Softness in Delhi
Gold prices in the bullion market in Delhi were seen on Thursday. At present, the rate of 24-carat gold has been recorded here at Rs 49,700 per 10 grams. Talking about the price of gold in the bullion market of the country, 24-carat gold is trading here at Rs 48575. However, on Wednesday, the price of gold in the bullion market of Delhi was Rs 49,352 per 10 grams.