Gold Price Today 15th Feb 2021: Gold prices fell from 24 carat to 14 carat in bullion markets. On Monday, the price of 24-carat gold opened at Rs 47332 per 10 grams, just Rs 54 cheaper than Friday and finally closed down Rs 105 to Rs 47281. On the other hand, silver became costlier by Rs 1049 and opened at Rs 69424 per kg and closed at Rs 69514 by climbing Rs 1137. .
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According to the India Bullion and Jewelers Association website (ibjarates.com), on 15 February 2021, the gold and silver spot prices across the country were as follows…
Metal Rate of 15 February (Rs / 10g) Rate of 15 February (Rs / 10g)
Rate change (Rs / 10g)
Gold 999 (24 carat) 47281 47386 -105
Gold 995 (23 carat) 47092 47196 -104
Gold 916 (22 carat) 43309 43406 -97
Gold 750 (18 carat) 35461 35540 -79
Gold 585 (14 carat) 27659 27721 -62
Silver 999 69514 Rs / Kg 68377 Rs / Kg 1137 Rs / Kg
Delhi bullion market situation: Gold falls marginally, silver shines by Rs 646
On Monday, gold fell marginally by Rs 19 to Rs 46,826 per 10 grams at the bullion market in the national capital, in line with weak global cues and an improvement in the value of the rupee. According to HDFC Securities, on Friday, gold had closed at Rs 46,845 per 10 grams. However, silver closed at Rs 69,072 per kg with a gain of Rs 646, against the previous closing price of Rs 68,426 per kg.
HDFC Securities Senior Analyst (Commodities) Tapan Patel said, in line with the global gold price and the improvement in the value of the rupee, the spot price of 24-carat gold in Delhi declined by Rs 19. The rupee strengthened 14 paise to 72.61 against the dollar in early trade on Monday.
In the international market, gold declined to US $ 1,819 an ounce, while silver remained almost unchanged at $ 27.48 an ounce.
IBJA rates are recognized nationwide
Explain that the rate issued by IBJA is universally accepted. However, GST has not been included in the rate given on this website. When buying and selling gold, you can refer to the rate of IBJA. According to the India Bullion and Jewelers Association, ibja shows the average price of gold and silver from 14 centers across the country by taking a current rate. The current rate of gold-silver or, say, the spot price may be different at different places, but there is a slight difference in their prices.