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Gold Price in June: Gold is starting to shine, it has become so expensive in June so far

Gold Price in June: An increase in the price of gold has been registered in the month of June. On May 31, the price of gold had closed at Rs 51 thousand 192. On June 3, there was a rise in the price of gold.

There has been a jump in the price of gold in the beginning of June. In the Indian bullion market on Friday also, the price of gold has crossed 51 thousand. In the first three days of June, the price of gold has increased by Rs 277. On May 31, gold had closed at Rs 51 thousand 192. On June 3, the price of gold had closed at Rs 51 thousand 469 per 10. There was a fall in the price of gold on the first day of June and it had come down from 51 thousand to 50 thousand 702 rupees per 10 grams.

According to ibjarates.com, 10 grams of gold of 999 purity was sold on June 3 for a maximum of Rs 51469. At the same time, the price of gold of 995 purity stood at Rs 51263. Talking about 916 purity gold, its maximum price was Rs 47146, while 750 purity gold was sold at Rs 38602 per 10 grams. The price of 585 purity gold was Rs 30109 per 10 grams.

Know the latest rate like this

These rates are without any tax. No tax is added on them. If you go to buy jewelry, then you will have to buy it at a higher rate, in which other taxes including GST will be added. You can know the retail rate of 22 karat and 18 karat gold jewelery by giving a missed call on 8955664433. You will get the latest rates information via SMS. Rates are not issued by ibja on Saturdays and Sundays except holidays declared by the central government.

how is the price determined

The price of gold in the Indian market is determined by the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX). This organization collects data on the demand and supply of gold in the country’s market. It then fixes the price of gold in the country keeping in mind the inflationary situation in the global market. Also, MCX fixes the rate of gold in consultation with London based London Bullion Market Association.

This is how purity is recognized

There is a way to measure the purity of jewelry. In this, many types of marks are found related to hallmarked jewelry, from these marks the purity of the jewelry is measured. Out of this, there is a scale from one carat to 24 carat. Hallmarking on jewelery has been made mandatory by the government. Without it one cannot sell jewellery.

If there are 22 carat jewelry, then 916 will be written in it.
875 will be written on 21 carat jewellery.
750 is written on 18 carat jewellery.
585 will be written on 14 carat jewellery.

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