Gold Price Update: Buying gold on Akshaya Tritiya is considered auspicious. Akshaya Tritiya 2022 will be celebrated on May 3. If you are planning to buy gold this year, then you have a chance to buy cheap gold. Let us tell you that there has been fluctuation in the prices of gold throughout this week, after which gold has closed with a slight decline. At the same time, there has also been a decline in the prices of silver.
How much has gold and silver become cheaper?
Let us tell you that after the trading of this whole week, gold has slipped by Rs 22 per 10 grams and closed. At the same time, silver has slipped by Rs 392 per kg. In this entire week, both gold and silver metals have become cheaper.
Gold is getting cheaper by Rs 4145 from the record level
After this fall, gold was selling cheaper by Rs 4145 per 10 grams than its all-time high. Let us tell you that gold touched the record level in August 2020. At this time, gold had touched the level of Rs 56200 per 10 grams.
Know how much was the price of gold
According to the Indian Bullion and Jewelers Association (IBJA), there has been a fall in the prices of gold and silver between 25 and 29 April. On 25 April, gold had closed at Rs 52077 per 10 grams. At the same time, on April 29, gold was closed at the level of Rs 52055 per 10 grams.
Check Your City Rate
You can also check the price of gold sitting at your home. According to the Indian Bullion and Jewelers Association, you can check the price by just giving a missed call to the number 8955664433. Your message will come on the same number from which you message.
check whether gold is real or fake
You can also use the government app to check the purity of gold. Through ‘BIS Care app’ you can check the purity of gold whether it is real or fake. Apart from this, you can also complain through this app.
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