After 4 trading sessions gold prices rise again, silver prices rise, see new prices

Gold prices have risen sharply today.

Gold and silver prices, 15 December 2020: Gold prices rose in the domestic market today. At the same time, the price of silver has gone up by Rs. An increase of 1,046. According to experts, the rise in gold and silver prices in the international market and the depreciation of the rupee have pushed up the prices of both the precious metals in the Indian market.

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    December 15, 2020, 9:52 PM IST

New Delhi. Gold prices rose on Tuesday after falling for four trading sessions in Indian markets. On December 15, 2020, the price of gold in the Delhi Bullion Market rose by Rs. An increase of 514. At the same time, silver prices have risen by more than Rs 1,000. The price of one kg of silver (Silver Price Today) has gone up by Rs 1,046. During the last trading session, gold was trading at Rs 48,333 per 10 grams in the Delhi Bullion Market. At the same time, silver was at Rs 62,566 per kg. According to experts, gold and silver prices in India have risen due to the rise in international markets and the depreciation of the rupee.

New Gold Prices (Gold Price, 15 December 2020) – Gold prices rose by Rs 10 per gram in the Delhi Bullion Market on Tuesday. An increase of 514. In the capital Delhi, the new price of 99.9 grams of pure gold has gone up to Rs 48,874 per 10 grams. In its first trading session, gold closed at Rs 48,333 per 10 grams. At the same time, the price of gold in the international market has reached $ 1,845 per ounce.

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New Silver Prices (Silver Price, 15 December 2020) – Speaking of silver, it also rose sharply on Tuesday. In the Delhi bullion market, silver today touched Rs. 1,046 have bounced. It is now priced at Rs 63,612 per kg. In the international market, silver closed at 23.16 per cent.

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Why the decline in precious metals – Navneet Damani, vice-president (commodities) of Motilal Oswal Financial Services (HDFC Securities), said the rupee had depreciated by 73 paise against the dollar on Tuesday. At the same time, the rise in international prices of gold and silver has affected the prices of both the precious metals in the Indian market. However, positive news about the corona vaccine has been putting constant pressure on gold prices.

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