Gold Silver Price Today 15th September 2021: Gold prices saw a rise today. Due to which the rate of 24 carat gold rose by Rs 365 to Rs 47,382 per ten grams. At the same time, there has been a slight increase in the prices of silver. Silver rate rose marginally by Rs 207 to Rs 63013. Issued by India Bullion and Jewelers Association (IBJA).
Gold price dropped on MCX
On MCX, gold’s October futures contract was down 0.06 per cent at Rs 47,231 per 10 grams and silver’s December contract was down 0.24 per cent at Rs 63,430 per kg. However, gold and silver prices rose in the international markets. The US Consumer Price Index rose 0.3 percent in August compared to July. Gold was trading higher on Tuesday. Gold prices may strengthen due to volatility in the dollar, rising concerns about Corona and poor economic data from China.
Here’s today’s quote..
||Rate of September 15 (Rs. / 10 g)
||Rate of September 14 (Rs. / 10 g)
Rate Change (Rs./10 gram)
|Gold 999 (24 karat)
|Gold 995 (23 carats)
|Gold 916 (22 karat)
|Gold 750 (18 carats)
|Gold 585 ( 14 karat)
The rates of BJA are considered everywhere in the country.
There may be a difference of 500 to 1000 rupees between this rate issued by the India Bullion and Jewelers Association and the price of your city. Here the average price of gold is given.
This price expert is giving advice to take
Manoj Jain, Director and Head (Commodity & Currency Research), Prithvifinmart Commodity Research said that both these metals may maintain their support levels on Wednesday. He said that gold has support at $ 1,796-1784 an ounce and resistance at $ 1,818-1,832 an ounce. Silver has support at $ 23.20-23.55 an ounce and resistance at $ 24.14-24.50 an ounce. Jain has given buying advice on Silver near Rs 63,200 with a target price of Rs 64,100. The stop loss for this will be Rs 62,100 per kg.
Peak was made in August last year
Gold rates in the domestic market are almost at a month’s low. The situation is not clear about the cut in the Federal Reserve’s relief package and a strong dollar is affecting gold. In August last year, gold had set a record high of Rs 56,200 per 10 grams.