Gold Price Today 29 June 2022: According to the data received from the Goodreturn website, there has been a significant fall in the price of gold on the third business day of this week i.e. Wednesday. Along with gold, there has been a great fall in the price of silver.


New Delhi. The effect of the ongoing fall in the rate of gold in the Indian bullion market is being seen this week as well. On the third day of this week i.e. Wednesday, there has been a significant drop in the price of gold.


 
Today’s day i.e. Wednesday can prove to be the best day for buying gold or making jewelry. You can get the benefit of the fall in the price of gold.

How much gold price fell

According to the data received from the Goodreturn website, on the third business day of this week i.e. on Wednesday, there has been a significant fall in the price of gold. In the capital Delhi this morning, the price of 22 carat purity gold fell by Rs 900 to Rs 46,750 per ten grams. On the other hand, if we talk about the price of the previous trading day i.e. Tuesday, on this day the price of gold was at the level of Rs 47,650 per ten grams.


On the other hand, there was a huge drop in the price of 24-carat purity gold on Wednesday morning. On Wednesday morning, gold of 24-carat purity fell sharply by Rs.980 to Rs.51,000 per ten grams. On the other hand, if we talk about the price of the previous trading day i.e. Tuesday, on this day the price of gold was at the level of Rs 51,980 per ten grams.

Silver also became cheaper

On Wednesday, along with gold, there was a great fall in the price of silver. On the third trading day of the week, the price of silver fell by Rs 600 to Rs 59,400 per kg.

On the other hand, if we talk about the price of the last trading day i.e. Tuesday, on this day the price of silver was at the level of Rs 60,000 per ten grams.

Gold became so much cheaper than the all-time high rate

If the gold rate is compared today with the all-time high rate, then a decrease of Rs 8,650 has been registered in the prices of gold. Let us tell you that in August 2020, gold was at its all-time high rate of Rs 55,400 per ten grams.

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