New Delhi: Gold costs acquired Rs 97 to Rs 46,257 for each 10 gram in the public capital on Friday upheld by rupee devaluation, as per HDFC Securities. In the past exchange, the valuable metal had shut the day at Rs 46,160 for every 10 gram. Interestingly, silver plunged Rs 275 to Rs 66,253 for every kg, from Rs 66,528 for each kg in the past exchange.
“Spot gold costs for 24 karat in Delhi were up by Rs 97 upheld by rupee deterioration,” said HDFC Securities Senior Analyst (Commodities) Tapan Patel.
The rupee devalued 17 paise to 74.75 against the US dollar in opening exchange on Friday.
In the global market, gold was citing lower at USD 1,745 for every ounce and silver was level at USD 25.15 per ounce.
“Gold costs saw some benefit booking with dollar acquire,” he added.