New Delhi: Gold costs on Friday picked up Rs 153 to Rs 48,144 for every 10 gram in the national capital on positive worldwide signs and rupee deterioration, as per HDFC Securities.
The yellow metal had shut at Rs 47,991 for each 10 gram in the past exchange.
“Spot gold for 24 carat in Delhi was exchanging up by Rs 153 on positive universal gold costs and rupee deterioration,” HDFC Securities Senior Analyst (Commodities) Tapan Patel said.
The rupee settled 5 paise lower at 75.84 (temporary) against the US dollar on Friday as unpredictable local values and continued outside reserve outpourings burdened financial specialist assessment.
Silver costs, in any case, declined Rs 665 to Rs 49,235 for each kg from Rs 49,900 for every kg in the past exchange.
In the universal market, gold was exchanging with gains at USD 1,734 for every ounce, while silver was level at USD 17.62 per ounce.