New Delhi. Gold rose by Rs 883 to Rs 48,218 per 10 grams at the bulhi market in the capital Delhi on Thursday in line with the fall in the rupee price and what is happening around the world. This is believed to be the largest gold rush per day. As a result, gold closed at Rs 47,335 per 10 grams in the previous trading session.
like gold Silver also increased by Rs 1890 to Rs 65,190 per kg. Silver had closed at Rs 63,300 per kg in the previous trading session. On Thursday, the rupee fell by 18 paise to Rs 74.52 per dollar against the dollar.
In the international market, gold was trading at a low price of USD 1,856 per ounce, while silver was stable at USD 24.89 per ounce. HDFC Securities Senior Analyst (Commodities) Tapan Patel said gold prices on Thursday rose slightly by 0.04 percent to USD 1,856 below Comex (New York exchange), which led to higher gold prices.
More fuel is rising
Oil prices on Thursday rose by Rs 7 to Rs 6,079 per barrel on future trades as participants expanded their roles on demand. On the Multi Commodity Exchange, the uncertainty offered in November rose by Rs 7 or 0.12 per cent to Rs 6,079 per barrel on a 5,415 business return. Market analysts say the increase in responsibilities for participants leads to a rise in the price of crude oil in future markets. Globally, West Texas Intermediate crude oil rose 0.84% to $ 82.02 a barrel in New York. Brent crude, known as a global brand, rose 0.77% to $ 83.28 per barrel.
Nickel futures are expensive
Nickel futures on Thursday rose 0.7 percent to Rs 1,524.50 per kilogram on futures trading as analysts created a new position amid growing demand from alloy manufacturers in the market. On the Multi Commodity Exchange, nickel delivery contracts in November rose by Rs 10.60, or 0.7 per cent, to Rs 1,524.50 per kg. The incident took place 1,333. Market analysts say the increasing demand from alloy manufacturers in the local market has led to an increase in the future of nickel.
Copper prices are rising
Copper futures on Thursday rose 1.06 per cent to Rs 736.50 per kilogram per futures market due to market downturn. On the Multi Commodity Exchange, copper given in November rose by Rs 7.70, or 1.06 percent, to Rs 736.50 per kg instead of 4,746. Market analysts say traders have expanded their area due to demand in the local market, which has led to higher copper prices in the future.
the future cost of aluminum
Prices for aluminum on Thursday rose 2.26 per cent to Rs 210.65 per kilogram on futures trading as analysts made new ideas for the emerging market in the real estate market. On the Multi Commodity Exchange, aluminum supply contracts in November rose by Rs 4.65, or 2.26 percent, to Rs 210.65 per kg. The incident took place 2,984 lots. Market analysts say the new location that traders are looking for from the retail industry, in particular, has led to a rise in aluminum prices for futures trading.
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