Gold prices rising in the Indian record level
New Delhi: Gold prices rising in the Indian record level In the futures market on Friday, it rose to Rs 46,500 per 10 grams. Gold prices are said to be rising in India due to the impact of the international market.
According to the Indian Bullion and Jewelers Association, gold closed in India at Rs 46,607 per 10 grams on Friday, while silver closed at Rs 4,2030 per kilogram.
India celebrates Akshay Tritiya next Sunday. It is believed that buying gold on this day increases the prosperity of the house. But with a lockdown in the country this year, there is a good chance the deal will not go away.
Investors do not feel safe to invest in the stock market or the currency market as the global market has declined due to the corona virus epidemic. That’s why they think it’s safe to invest in gold.
In the international market, gold prices have risen to $ 1,721 an ounce.