Gold prices in the state were recorded at the same level last day. By Saturday, the price of one pavan of gold had touched a November low, down by Rs 360 from Friday’s level. Gold prices have seen extreme volatility so far this month.
In the first days of November, the price of one pavan gold was above the Rs 45,000 mark. But for five days, the price of one pavan remained below Rs 45,000. Gold rates in the state are at their lowest level since October 19.
Momentum trading in the commodity derivatives market, which coincides with Diwali this year, will take place on Sunday (November 12) from 6 pm to 7.15 pm. Apart from this, various stock exchanges have informed that Diwali Muhurta trading will also be held in categories like Equity, Equity Futures & Options, Currency Derivatives, Securities Lending and Borrowing (SLB).
There is no change in the prices of silver in the jewelry market today. The price of one gram of sand remains at Rs 76. With this, the price of 8 grams of silver is Rs 608 and 10 grams of silver is Rs 760. Similarly, the price of 100 grams of silver is recorded at Rs 7,600 and per kg silver at Rs 76,000. On Friday, silver was quoted at Rs 77 per gram in the state market.