Even in the national capital, Delhi, gold prices have not changed. At the Delhi Bullion Market, 10 carat gold of 22 carat gold was trading at Rs 47,200 and 10 carat gold of 24 carat gold was trading at Rs 51,510. In the Delhi market, silver fell by Rs 400 to Rs 62,300.
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Gold prices fell sharply on Tuesday on the occasion of Akshaya III. Gold and silver prices fell by over a thousand rupees. With this, Akshaya Tertiary sales also picked up. Gold sales were 25 percent to 30 percent higher than pre-corona levels. According to industry executives, Akshaya III’s sales this year range from Rs 27.5 tonnes to Rs 28 tonnes. Gold shops opened for the first time in two years on the occasion of this festival. During the pre-corona period i.e. total gold sales in 2019 were 22 tonnes on this festival. According to the Hindu calendar, this day is considered the holiest day to buy gold and gold jewelery.
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