New Delhi: Gold and silver are getting less expensive. Simultaneously, the costs of gold and silver have again seen a decay. In the global business sectors, the cost of gold in Delhi bullion market tumbled to about Rs 44 thousand for every ten grams on Friday, in the midst of the fall in the costs of valuable metals.
Giving data by HDFC Securities, it said that on Friday, gold fell by Rs 291 to Rs 44,059 for each ten grams. In the past exchanging meeting, gold had shut at Rs 44,350 for every 10 grams. Simultaneously, there was a descending pattern in the cost of silver. Silver fell by Rs 1,096 to Rs 65,958 for per kg. The past shutting cost of silver was Rs 67,054 for per kg.
Worldwide market decay
On Friday, the rupee had acquired 20 paise to arrive at 72.71 against the US dollar during early exchange. In the worldwide market, gold declined to $ 1,707 an ounce and silver additionally mellowed to $ 25.67 an ounce.