Gold Rate in Pakistan – Today Gold Price in Pakistan
Today Gold Rate in Pakistan: Gold in the global market fell by $ 2 per ounce, while local currency markets lost Rs 150 and Rs 129 per piece of gold. The global bullion market fell by $ 2 per ounce, while in the Pakistani markets, gold also lost Rs 150 and Rs 129 per ten grams.
As a result of the fall in prices, gold prices dropped to Rs 90,450 and ten grams of gold dropped to Rs 77 thousand 346 in rupee markets in Karachi, Lahore, Multan, Faisalabad, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Peshawar and Quetta. Rupees did.
Gold Rate in Pakistan
|Location||24k 10g||24k per tola||22k 10g|
|Pakistan||Rs 83,300||Rs 97,200||Rs 76,358|
|Karachi||Rs 83,300||Rs 97,200||Rs 76,358|
|Lahore||Rs 83,300||Rs 97,200||Rs 76,358|
|Islamabad||Rs 83,300||Rs 97,200||Rs 76,358|
|Rawalpindi||Rs 83,300||Rs 97,200||Rs 76,358|
|Peshawar||Rs 83,300||Rs 97,200||Rs 76,358|
|Quetta||Rs 83,300||Rs 97,200||Rs 76,358|
|Sialkot||Rs 83,300||Rs 97,200||Rs 76,358|
(Shahzad Khan) Every day of the passing of the trend is reflected in the new trends of women and the increasing popularity of gold jewelry is one of the same trends of the 21st century.
Along with women, young girls have also started to choose the jewelry of gold to look their own. Not only that, but women are also beginning to imitate the increasing popularity of jewelry by imitating jewelry that is available in the market at a lower price than real jewelry.
Current Gold Price of Different Units in Pakistan
|Gram Units||Gold Price|
|1 Gram gold||= 8382.901 PKR|
|2.5 Grams gold||= 20957.2525 PKR|
|5 Grams gold||= 41914.505 PKR|
|10 Grams gold||= 83829.01 PKR|
|20 Grams gold||= 167658.02 PKR|
|50 Grams gold||= 419145.05 PKR|
|100 Grams gold||= 838290.1 PKR|
|1000 Grams gold||= 8382901 PKR|
At the beginning of last week, gold prices reduction was seen, Sarafa markets and in the markets of gold a hundred dollars in price cuts of pure twenty-four carat per tola gold ‘s price and ninety thousand eight hundred and a fifty bucks and so have two carats Tola gold was worth Rs.
The slight decline in gold prices in the currency markets could not attract consumers to the currency markets, however, with gold prices being at the highest level in the country’s history, female consumers have left the exchange. Citizens say a reduction in purchasing power and a sharp rise in gold prices have put them off the money market.