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Gold gains Rs 239, silver rises by Rs 845


New Delhi: Gold costs rose by Rs 239 to Rs 49,058 per 10 gram within the nationwide capital gained on Friday amid restoration in worldwide costs of the valuable steel, in keeping with HDFC Securities.

Within the earlier trade, the yellow steel had closed at Rs 48,819 per 10 gram.

Silver additionally rose by Rs 845 to Rs 49,300 per kg from Rs 48,455 per kg within the earlier trade.

“Spot gold costs for 24 carat in Delhi have been trading up by Rs 239 reflecting restoration in worldwide costs,” HDFC Securities Senior Analyst (Commodities) Tapan Patel stated.

Within the worldwide market, gold was quoting with gains at USD 1,764 per ounce and silver at USD 17.81 per ounce.

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