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Gold price rises slightly after Eid Holidays

May 6, 2022 06:54 PM


The price of gold Friday popped slightly as the greenback gained Rs0.94 against rupee in interbank trading after Eid holidays in the country, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

The price of gold per tola has been increased by Rs350.

The per tola gold is now being traded for Rs132,350.

As per Sindh Sarafa Bazar Association, the price of 10-gram also increased.

The 10-gram gold reached Rs113,469.

The international market has also witnessed a slight surge in gold rates.

The price of per gold ounce has jumped by $3.

This increase takes the price of per gold ounce to $1882.



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