Today’s gold price on the MCX opened slightly lower at 59,165 per 10 gm, with a top of 59,210 and a low of 59,165. The silver prices for 10g, 100g, and 1 kilogram are $743.55, $7435.50, and $74335, respectively.

Today’s gold and silver prices: Gold opened slightly lower than Tuesday at 59,165 per 10 gm on the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX), and went on to reach an intraday high of 59,210 and a low of 59,165. At 9.25 a.m., MCX Gold for October 5 delivery was trading 0.08% lower at 59194 per 10 grams.

On Wednesday, September 6, the price of gold was 55450 per 10 grams for 22 carats and 60470 per 10 grams for 24-carats.

Gold rates in India on 6 September

The price of 24K gold (10 grams) in major cities on September 5th

Bangalore- Rs60320

Chennai- Rs60650

Delhi- Rs60470

Kolkata- Rs60320

Mumbai- Rs60320

Pune- Rs60320

On September 6th, the price of 22 K gold (10 grams) in major cities

Bangalore- ₹55300

Chennai- ₹55600

Delhi- ₹55450

Kolkata- ₹55300

Mumbai- ₹55300

Pune- ₹55300

However, the stated rates do not include GST and other charges.

In the market, 24k gold is offered in the form of bars and coins. When purchasing gold jewelry, the purity is usually 18-22K.

On September 6, India’s silver rates were at their highest.

Silver rates for 10 grams, 100 grams, and 1 kg on Wednesday, on the other hand, are Rs743.55, Rs7435.50, and Rs74355, in that order.

The most recent silver prices in major Indian cities as of September 6 (per 10 gram)

Bangalore – Rs743.55

Chennai- Rs743.55

Delhi- Rs743.55

Kolkata- Rs743.55

Mumbai- Rs743.55

Pune- Rs743.55

The most recent silver prices in major Indian cities as of September 6 (per 100 gram)

Bangalore – ₹7435.50

Chennai- ₹7435.50

Delhi- ₹7435.50

Kolkata- ₹7435.50

Mumbai- ₹7435.50

Pune- ₹7435.50

The most recent silver prices in major Indian cities as of September 6 (per KG)

Bangalore – ₹74355

Chennai- ₹74355

Delhi- ₹74355

Kolkata- ₹74355

Mumbai- ₹74355

Pune- ₹74355

Reasons for price fluctuations in gold and silver

These gold and silver price changes are driven by a variety of factors such as global gold demand, national currency values, and interest rates, among others.

By Deesha

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