'Today Gold Rate' - 45 News Result(s)

  • Gold at Near 6-Year Low, Set for 6th Straight Weekly Drop
    Gold at Near 6-Year Low, Set for 6th Straight Weekly Drop

    Gold dipped to its lowest level in nearly six years on Friday and was heading for a sixth straight weekly decline under pressure from a firm dollar and prospects of a U.S. interest rate hike next month.

  • Gold Prices Rise But Still Near 5-Year Low
    Gold Prices Rise But Still Near 5-Year Low

    Global gold prices revived on Thursday from their lowest in more than five years the previous session as the dollar fell back, releasing its stranglehold on commodities and making gold more affordable for buyers paying with other currencies.

  • Gold, Silver Shine In Diwali Trade on Jewellers Buying
    Gold, Silver Shine In Diwali Trade on Jewellers Buying

    Extending its gains for the third straight day, gold prices advanced by Rs 15 to Rs 26,250 per ten grams in special 'Diwali Muhurat' trading at the bullion market on increased buying by jewellers, driven by the ongoing festive season.

  • Gold Prices Near 3-Month Low, May Fall Further
    Gold Prices Near 3-Month Low, May Fall Further

    Gold ticked up after an eight-day losing streak on Monday, but languished near its lowest in three months as surging US nonfarm payrolls boosted expectations of a December rate hike in the United States.

  • Gold Futures Slide as Fed Hints at Rate Hike in December
    Gold Futures Slide as Fed Hints at Rate Hike in December

    Gold futures today fell 0.98 per cent to Rs 26,808 per 10 grams as speculators reduced their bets amid a weak global trend.

  • Gold Zooms Rs 660, Biggest One-Day Gain This Year
    Gold Zooms Rs 660, Biggest One-Day Gain This Year

    The precious metal, after five sessions of losses, recovered 2.1 per cent to $1,136.60 an ounce in New York yesterday as the US payrolls rose less than expected in September and wages stagnated, weakening the case for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates this year.

  • Gold Tops Rs 27,000, Surges Rs 400 to Hit 1-Month High
    Gold Tops Rs 27,000, Surges Rs 400 to Hit 1-Month High

    Bullion traders said besides a firming global trend where gold soared to one-month high, continued buying by jewellers and retailers to meet wedding season demand largely influenced the precious metal prices.

  • Gold Remains Weak on Global Cues, Low Demand
    Gold Remains Weak on Global Cues, Low Demand

    Traders said weak global cues amid speculations that US interest rates may still increase before the year-end as Federal Reserve officials sought to ease concern over the health of the economy, eroding haven demand, mainly dampened sentiments here.

  • Gold Futures Drop Rs 51 on Weak Global Cues
    Gold Futures Drop Rs 51 on Weak Global Cues

    Market analysts said the fall in gold futures was mostly in tune with a weak trend overseas amid speculation that US interest rates may still increase before the year-end as Federal Reserve officials sought to ease concern over the health of the economy, eroding safe haven demand.

  • Gold Remains Weak on Sluggish Demand; Silver Recovers
    Gold Remains Weak on Sluggish Demand; Silver Recovers

    Bullion traders said easing demand from jewellers and retailers at prevailing levels mainly kept pressure on gold prices.

  • Gold Halts Three-Day Rally; Slips Rs 60 on Weak Global Cues
    Gold Halts Three-Day Rally; Slips Rs 60 on Weak Global Cues

    Silver too turned weak and fell by Rs 150 to Rs 35,000 per kg on reduced offtake by industrial units and coin makers.

  • Gold Tops Rs 27,000 Mark on Global Cues, Seasonal Demand
    Gold Tops Rs 27,000 Mark on Global Cues, Seasonal Demand

    Bullion traders said a firming global trend where gold extended its best monthly gain since January after a factory gauge in China shrank to a three-year low, deepening concern about the slowdown in the world's second-biggest economy and boosting demand for the metal as a safe-haven.

  • Gold Gains for 14th Day in a Row, Hits 3-Month High
    Gold Gains for 14th Day in a Row, Hits 3-Month High

    Extending its rally for the 14th straight day, gold prices surged by Rs 150 to trade at fresh 3-month high of Rs 27,575 per 10 gram at the bullion market on Monday on strong buying by jewellers to meet rising seasonal demand even as the metal weakened overseas.

  • Gold Prices Extend Gains, Now at 3-Month High
    Gold Prices Extend Gains, Now at 3-Month High

    Bullion traders said besides a firming trend overseas where gold recorded its biggest rally in seven months, brisk buying by jewellers to meet rising seasonal demand mainly lifted gold prices to almost a three-month high.

  • Gold Tops Rs 27,000-Mark; Surges to 2-Month High
    Gold Tops Rs 27,000-Mark; Surges to 2-Month High

    Gold reclaimed Rs 27,000-level on Friday after a gap of two months by climbing Rs 480 to Rs 27,180 at the bullion market.

  • Gold Hits Five-Week High on Lower US September Rate Hike Chance
    Gold Hits Five-Week High on Lower US September Rate Hike Chance

    Gold hit its highest in five weeks on Thursday as the dollar eased after minutes from the US Federal Reserve meeting suggested policymakers were in no hurry to raise interest rates.

  • Gold Rules Firm for Ninth Day on Global Cues, Seasonal Demand
    Gold Rules Firm for Ninth Day on Global Cues, Seasonal Demand

    The yellow metal took positive cues from the global market amid pick-up in domestic demand.

  • Gold Maintains Upward Trend on Jewellers' Buying, Global Cues
    Gold Maintains Upward Trend on Jewellers' Buying, Global Cues

    Bullion traders said besides persistent buying by jewellers to meet seasonal demand, a firming global trend after China increased its bullion reserves and billionaire Stan Druckenmiller bought the metal, mainly aided the sentiments.

  • Gold Firms as Caution Over China Devaluation Lingers
    Gold Firms as Caution Over China Devaluation Lingers

    Gold firmed on Monday, building on its biggest weekly rise in three months, on lingering uncertainty over the implications of China's yuan devaluation.

  • Gold Set to End Longest Fall in Over 15 Years
    Gold Set to End Longest Fall in Over 15 Years

    Gold edged lower on Friday after the yuan firmed as China bid to calm jittery global markets, while upbeat US retail sales renewed expectations for a near-term increase in US interest rates.

 
 

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