New Delhi: Costs of gold and silver proceed to rise on Friday in tandem with beneficial properties the worldwide traits.
At 12.10 pm, gold futures on the MCX for October supply rose 0.18 p.c to Rs 50835 per 10 grams as towards the earlier shut of Rs 50,742 and opening worth of Rs 50,865. Silver futures for December supply traded 0.25 p.c greater at Rs 67091 per kg as towards the earlier shut of Rs 66,926 per kg and opening worth of Rs 67,102.
The yellow metallic had on Thursday plunged Rs 774 to Rs 51,755 per 10 gram within the nationwide capital following decline in international costs, in accordance with HDFC Securities.
Silver costs additionally tumbled Rs 1,908 to Rs 69,176 per kilogram from Rs 71,084 per kilogram within the earlier commerce.
Within the worldwide market, Gold costs rose on Friday. Spot gold was up 0.3% at $1,935.80 per ounce by 0526 GMT. Bullion costs have declined 1.5% to this point this week.
US gold futures rose 0.2% to $1,941.30.
Elsewhere, silver gained 0.2% to $26.66 per ounce however shed 3% for the week to this point. Palladium climbed 1% to $2,309.50. Platinum rose 0.5% to $894.05 however was on observe for its worst week since mid-March, down over 4%, a Reuters report added.