Gold Silver Price 19 January 2023: After touching its record high of Rs 56800, gold prices are now declining. There is good news for the buyers that now gold is trading below its peak rate. Today gold and silver have become cheaper in the bullion market.
According to information received from the website of the India Bullion and Jewelers Association (IBJA), gold had closed at Rs 56,755 on Wednesday. With the beginning of the day, gold reached Rs 56642 per 10 grams after losing Rs 113. 22-carat gold, used for jewellery, became cheaper by Rs 104 and was trading at Rs 51,884 per 10 grams. There has been a correction in the prices of gold since the last three days. At the same time, silver has also become cheaper by Rs 1729 on this day. After this, one kg of silver is being sold at the rate of Rs.67264.
Gold and silver prices in the international market
In the international market, gold is trading at $ 1909.72 an ounce after gaining $ 1.36. Silver is trading at $ 23.44 an ounce after falling by $ 0.51.
gold price by carat
24 carat: Rs 56642 per 10 grams
23 Carat: Rs 56415 per 10 grams
22 carat: Rs 51884 per 10 grams
18 carat: Rs 42482 per 10 grams
14 carat: Rs 33136 per 10 grams
Check gold and silver price sitting at home
In the digital era, you can check the latest rate on your mobile only. To know the rate of 22 carat and 18 carat gold, you have to give a missed call on 8955664433. Shortly after this, you will get the price information through SMS. Also, you are trending at $ 1787.80 an ounce after a per cent decline through www.ibja.co or ibjarates.com website. Silver is trading at $ 23.27 an ounce after 0.8 percent slowness. Let us tell you that gold and silver rates are issued twice daily from Monday to Friday.