Gold prices decrease in Pakistan

Business Apr, 22 2024
Gold prices decrease in Pakistan
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ISLAMABAD: The per tola rate of 24 karat gold decreased by Rs.3,500 and was sold at Rs.248,700 on Monday compared to its sale at Rs.252,200 on the last trading day.

The price of 10 grams of 24 karat gold also decreased by Rs.3,021 to Rs.213,220 from Rs.216,221 whereas the price of 10 grams 22 karat gold went up to Rs.195,452 from Rs. 198,202, the All Sindh Sarafa Jewellers Association reported.

The price of per tola silver decreased by Rs.30 to Rs.2,750 whereas that of ten gram silver declined by Rs.27.86 to Rs.2,357.68.

The price of gold in the international market decreased by $30 to $2,381 from $2,411, the Association.

 

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