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Gold Price Today: From Patna’s bullion market to Mumbai’s Zaveri Bazar, know how cheap gold became

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Gold Silver Price Today 22nd June: Gold has become cheaper in the bullion market today and with this a slight fall in the price of silver is also being seen. Today the prices of precious metal gold have become very cheap in different states of the country. Gold is trading in a lower range in the spot market today.

Gold rate today in Delhi’s bullion market
Today, gold is seen in the red mark in the bullion market of Delhi, that is, a decline is being seen in it. In Delhi, 22 carat gold is trading at a fall of Rs 180 per 10 grams and it is trading at Rs 47500 per 10 grams. On the other hand, 24 carat gold is also seeing a fall of Rs 210 per 10 grams and it is trading at Rs 51800 per 10 grams.

Gold Rate in Zaveri Bazar, Mumbai
Gold is getting cheaper today in Zaveri Bazar of Mumbai and 22 carat gold is getting down by Rs 200 at the rate of Rs 47450 per 10 grams. At the same time, 24 carat gold is getting down by Rs 230 at the rate of Rs 51760 per 10 grams.

gold rate in bangalore
In Bangalore, 22 carat gold is trading at a fall of Rs 180 per 10 grams and it is trading at Rs 47500 per 10 grams. On the other hand, 24 carat gold is also seeing a fall of Rs 210 per 10 grams and it is trading at Rs 51800 per 10 grams.

Know Gold Rate in Patna
In Patna, 22 carat gold is trading at a fall of Rs 220 per 10 grams and it is trading at Rs 47480 per 10 grams. On the other hand, 24 carat gold is also seeing a fall of Rs 240 per 10 grams and it is trading at Rs 51790 per 10 grams.

How cheap is gold in the bullion market of Chennai
In Chennai, 22 carat gold is trading at a fall of Rs 200 per 10 grams and it is trading at Rs 47550 per 10 grams. On the other hand, 24 carat gold is also seeing a fall of Rs 230 per 10 grams and it is trading at Rs 51860 per 10 grams.

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