SEARCH

Business » Markets

Updated: November 1, 2012 16:45 IST

Gold ends flat; silver zooms by Rs 850 on stockists buying

PTI
Comment   ·   print   ·   T  T  
Sovereigns were also enquired at last level of Rs. 25,450 per piece of eight grams on limited deals.
The Hindu
Sovereigns were also enquired at last level of Rs. 25,450 per piece of eight grams on limited deals.

Gold prices closed unchanged at Rs. 31,500 per 10 grams in the bullion market in New Delhi on Thursday, while silver shot up by Rs. 850 to Rs. 60,250 on buying by stockists amid higher global advices.

Traders said lack of buying support at existing higher levels kept gold flat, while increased buying by dealers for the festive as well as the wedding season led to a rise in silver’s price. Besides, a firming trend overseas in silver also influenced the sentiment, they said.

In Singapore, silver gained 0.8 per cent to USD 32.49 an ounce, the highest since October 19. Back home, gold of 99.9 and 99.5 per cent purity remained steady at Rs. 31,500 and Rs. 31,300 per 10 grams, respectively. Sovereigns were also enquired at last level of Rs. 25,450 per piece of eight grams on limited deals.

Silver ready spurted by Rs. 850 to Rs. 60,250 per kg, while weekly-based delivery added Rs. 495 to Rs. 60,085 per kg. Silver coins remained unchanged at Rs. 76,000 for buying and Rs. 77,000 for selling of 100 pieces.

More In: Markets | Business
This article is closed for comments.
Please Email the Editor

Commodity prices

Take a look at the prices of various commodities in Chennai here»


O
P
E
N

close

Recent Article in Markets

Losing its sheen for the second year in a row, gold turned cheaper by over 10 per cent in 2014 as the government tried to divert investors away from this ‘unproductive asset’, even as import curbs led to a rise in smuggling of the yellow metal. File photo

Gold loses sheen to import curbs

Losing its sheen for the second year in a row, gold turned cheaper by over 10 per cent in 2014 as the government tried to divert investor... »