Gold rates have slit apart at all the major cities such as Vishakhapatnam, Hyderabad, Kerala, and Bangalore. On Multi Commodity Exchange the gold price is at the rate of Rs 45,650 with a slit of Rs 100. The gold rate in Kerala is at Rs 45,650 per 10 gram of 22 carats and the rate of 10 grams of 24 carats was Rs 49,800. The gold rates in Vishakhapatnam were Rs 45,650 and Rs 49,800 of ten grams of 22 carats and 24 carats.
The gold rate in Bangalore has been stable at Rs 45,650 for ten grams of 22 carats and at Rs 49,800 of 24 carats of the same amount. Except for these cities even in the multiracial city Hyderabad the gold rate has been stable at the same price of Rs 45,650 for ten grams of 22 carats and Rs 49,800 of 24 carats respectively.
The above mentioned prices are subject to change and can alter from time and time so the buyers of gold need to keep a track of the prices of gold at any given point of time. The gold rates as on 30th of January had gashed down in all the major metropolitian cities. On the Multi Commodity Exchange the rate of gold reamained at Rs Rs 49,800. In the National Capital the gold rate of ten grams of 22 carats gold rose to Rs 47,800 while the rate of the same measure of 24 carats sky rocketed at Rs 52,140.
The gold rate in the metropolitan city of Mumbai has been at Rs 48,000 and Rs 49,000 respectively. The prices of gold and silver have debilitated the global markets thus weakening the Rupee resulting in the fall in rupee as a consequence.