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Gold prices rise marginally, near Rs 51,000 mark


NEW DELHI: Gold and silver prices gained in Thursday’s session after the US mentioned its jobless claims didn’t go down as was anticipated. In the meantime, India continues to report the very best variety of day by day circumstances on the earth lifting bullion’s attraction.

US personal employers employed fewer staff than anticipated for a second straight month in August, suggesting that the labor market restoration was slowing because the COVID-19 pandemic persists.

Gold futures on MCX had been up 0.14 per cent or Rs 69 at Rs 50,890 per 10 grams. Silver futures added 0.57 per cent or Rs 387 to Rs 68,640 per kg.

Gold prices within the nationwide capital declined Rs 614 to Rs 52,314 per 10 gram on Wednesday monitoring weak point within the worldwide market, in accordance with HDFC Securities. Silver additionally tanked Rs 1,799 to Rs 71,202 per kg.

Globally, gold prices edged greater following a steep fall within the earlier session, as a weaker U.S. greenback and worries over the worldwide financial outlook attributable to rising COVID-19 circumstances underpinned the metallic’s attraction.

Spot gold inched up 0.1 per cent to $1,944.58 per ounce by 0059 GMT, after falling 1.four per cent on Wednesday. US gold futures rose 0.three per cent to $1,950.60.

US enterprise exercise and employment ticked up by way of late August, the Federal Reserve mentioned on Wednesday, however financial progress was typically sluggish as COVID-19 hotspots hampered reopening efforts that fueled an early-summer rebound.

Gold is used as a protected funding throughout instances of political and monetary uncertainty.

Silver eased 0.1 per cent to $27.48 per ounce, platinum rose 0.1 per cent to $906.69 and palladium fell 0.three per cent to $2,241.10.

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