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Gold Rate Today (May 22, 2024): Prices in Major Indian Cities

Gold Rate Today (May 22, 2024): Prices in Major Indian Cities
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Gold Price Today: 10g of 24 carat gold was Rs. 74,650 in Delhi.
On Wednesday, there was a subtle decrease in gold rates across India. In Delhi, the current price for 10 grams of 24-carat gold stands at ₹74,650. Meanwhile, on the MCX, gold contracts for June delivery experienced a drop of ₹10, settling at ₹74,500 per 10 grams. The shrink in gold prices today is believed to be influenced by the uncertainties over interest rate cuts later this year and currency value fluctuations.

Here is an extensive daily list to give you the most recent information on gold prices in India's key cities.

Check gold rates in different cities on 22nd May 2024

Delhi₹ 68,440₹ 74,650
Mumbai₹ 68,290₹ 74,500
Kolkata₹ 68,290₹ 74,500
Bengaluru₹ 68,290₹ 74,500
Hyderabad₹ 68,290₹ 74,500
Ahmedabad₹ 68,340₹ 74,550
Pune₹ 68,290₹ 74,500
Surat₹ 68,340₹ 74,550
Nagpur₹ 68,290₹ 74,500
Kerala₹ 68,290₹ 74,500
Vijayawada68,290₹ 74,500

“COMEX Gold prices dropped near a record peak reached in the previous session, settling at around $2,400. This lift was driven by safe-haven demand and expectations of U.S. interest rate cuts, despite a firm dollar. Concerns over rising U.S. government debt and the Federal Reserve's attempts at a soft economic landing attracted investors to gold. Despite the fact that U.S. inflation shows signs of easing, Fed policymakers remain cautious about premature rate cuts. In China, efforts to stabilise the property sector and significant bullion purchases in early 2024 have bolstered gold's appeal. Investors are now focused on the upcoming Fed meeting minutes for further cues.” says Saish Sandeep Sawant Dessai, Analyst, base metals, Angel One Ltd.

The trading week began on a negative note, but prior optimism stimulated shrewd buying, driving prices upwards in the initial half, nearing the 22600 level for the Nifty. However, a lack of sustained purchasing in the latter part led to cautious trading, resulting in a modest 0.12% gain with a closing figure of 22529. Despite minimal fluctuations in the benchmark index, attention shifted towards stock-specific trades, with the Midcap and Smallcap indices continuing their upward trajectory. Notably, the Metal Index performed well, offering lucrative positions. With the index approaching its peak, vigilance is advised, with support levels at 22350-22250 and resistance between 22600-22800. Anticipating forthcoming election outcomes, heightened volatility is expected, underscoring the importance of profit-taking and global market monitoring.

Gold rates experience daily fluctuations due to a myriad of short- and long-term factors. These include considerations such as shifts in supply and demand, economic indicators, geopolitical developments, currency movements, investor sentiment, and more. Given the dynamic nature of the precious metals market, effective monitoring and analysis of pricing data are crucial for investors and traders to make informed investment decisions.

While these data points offer valuable insights into market trends and factors driving price movements, investors are advised to perform their own due diligence before making any investment decisions. As the day progresses, it is important for investors to remain vigilant and monitor gold rates closely for any emerging trends or market developments. By staying informed about these daily price fluctuations, investors can identify potential trading opportunities and make well-informed investment decisions.

For daily updates and in-depth analysis of gold rates, continue following our coverage on Business Insider India.

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