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Gold Latest Price in India

In India, gold is a symbol of personal wealth. There are five major gold exchanges around the world. These are New York, London, Z├╝rich, Hong Kong and Sydney markets. The price of gold is determined twice a day in London known as London Fixes which is the guidepost for the official gold trading around the world.

Here we provide you the real time/current gold prices, gold price charts in US dollar per ounces, gold prices in Indian rupees (rs) per grams and kilos, live gold prices, gold price per ounce, gold message board, gold discussion forum, reports, gold and precious metals research.

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The value and price of gold varies depending on various factors. Some of these factors are:

  • The value of various currencies, like US dollar.
  • The price of other commodities.
  • The oil price.
  • The economic situations and changes in those situations around the world.
  • The World events, such as wars and even dramatic weather influences, such as earthquakes, tidal waves etc.

Ways to invest in gold:

  • Invest in Gold Exchange Traded Funds (EFTs)
  • Buy Gold Stocks.
  • Invest in Gold Futures.
  • Buy Gold Bullion, such as gold coins or gold bars.

User Reviews

6604. Terry  Dec 4, 2007 9:18:22 PM IST Reply
can Gold touch 900 after it a correct tiem to enter in this or wait for some time.
6604.1. Terry  Jun 10, 2020 4:27:52 AM IST
That's true.
6603. Terry  Dec 4, 2007 11:45:18 PM IST Reply
Gold prices bolted back above $800 an ounce on Tuesday as stock prices slipped and the U.S. dollar resumed its decline against the euro, making precious metals more attractive as an investment alternative.
6602. Shakil  Dec 5, 2007 11:00:43 PM IST Reply
What is the output of OPEK meeting which was schedule on 5th Dec.How it is going to impact on Gold?
6601. Terry  Dec 6, 2007 5:01:09 AM IST Reply
Here is the update of OPEC Meet Dec 05,2008<br>The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, which controls more than a third of the world oil market, shrugged off calls from consumer nations for more supply by agreeing Wednesday to keep output unchanged. <br><br>"Our position is that demand and supply are balanced and there is no need to increase oil to the market," said Iranian Oil Minister Gholamhossein Nozari after the group's policy meeting in Abu Dhabi. <br>
6600. Rohi  Dec 9, 2007 8:33:35 PM IST Reply
Monex spot gold prices opened the week at $783 . . . traded as high as $805 on Wednesday and as low as $783 on Monday . . . and the Monex AM settlement price on Friday was $794, up $10 for the week. Gold support is now anticipated at $792, then $778, and then $775 . . . with resistance anticipated at $802, then $815, and then $828.
6599. Terry  Dec 13, 2007 9:19:26 AM IST Reply
The Fed on Wednesday announced the creation of a temporary short-term lending facility to ease credit market strains in concert with market-calming actions by the European Central Bank and the central banks of Canada, England and Switzerland.<br><br>"Whilst more money slushing around the banking system will alleviate the liquidity issues it also means more spending power, and with it the potential for inflation and higher gold prices," said Investec Australia in a daily report.<br><br>"However we feel that the fact that this move by the central banks should help ease some of the tensions in the credit markets, hence Investors will be less likely now to be driven into gold for safe haven reasons and hence pair back our price expectations for year-end." <br><br>Investec had expected the gold price to rise as much as $30 over the next couple of weeks.
6598. Terry  Dec 27, 2007 2:24:56 AM IST Reply
Crude shot back up to the 96 level before retreating slightly before day's end. Black gold closed at $95.97, which is $1.84 higher. Crude rose thanks to expectations for a sixth-straight decline in crude supplies tomorrow. These worries combined with news that Turkey carried out another round of military strikes against Kurdish rebels camped in northern Iraq. This news gets oil traders worked into a lather as it could signal a further deterioration of stability in an oil-rich region. As for tomorrow's inventory data . . . who knows what will happen, it has long been my contention that a dart-throwing chimp may be able to forecast the inventory rise or drop, so let's see how oil lemmings react.<br><br>
6597. Terry  Jan 3, 2008 3:02:15 AM IST Reply
Gold Breaches $860 Record.Oil prices kicked off 2008 by hitting $100 a barrel for the first time Wednesday 02,2008, with violence in oil-rich Nigeria, the prospect of more interest rate cuts, a halt in Mexican imports and talk of yet another drop in U.S. crude supplies contributing to the milestone. <br>
6596. Kuldeep  Jan 11, 2008 8:17:06 PM IST Reply
Gold ( high 895$)/silver (16.15$) going great guns ,much more would come .Cheers for those who are holding .
6595. Terry  Jan 18, 2008 11:59:46 PM IST Reply
Gold futures briefly rose above $900 an ounce Friday for the first time as high oil prices, a weak dollar and fears of a U.S. recession led uneasy investors to keep buying the precious metal. <br> <br><br>An ounce of gold for February delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange jumped $6.50 to $900.10 in morning trading, an all-time high and a psychologically important milestone. Gold later slipped to $898.70 an ounce on profit-taking but remained in record territory.<br> <br>"It's a reflection of market sentiment: Gold is a hedge against uncertainty and right now it's the best bet," said Carlos Sanchez, a precious metals analyst at CPM Group in New York. "None of the other investment options look that great and gold does."<br> <br>Still, when adjusted for inflation, gold remains well below its all-time high. An ounce of gold at $875 in 1980 would be worth $2,115 to $2,200 today.
6594. Terry  Mar 31, 2008 6:19:01 AM IST Reply
There's a major correction coming for commodity stocks, and most investors don't see it coming. So before you even think of jumping on the commodities bandwagon, consider this:<br><br>1. Oil prices have a long history of rising and falling quickly, most recently in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, falling from $75-a-barrel to under $60-a-barrel in weeks.<br><br>2. Gold may be sitting at $ 900 an ounce today, but many leading economists are expecting it to plummet 30% or more before the Fourth of July.
6593. Terry  Apr 29, 2008 11:16:58 PM IST Reply
Gold may try to hold right here through the end of the two day FOMC meeting that begins today in Washington and finished tomorrow afternoon, said Dennis Gartman, editor of The Gartman Letter. 'There has been little enthusiasm by either the bulls or the bears on gold to push it in either direction, and there has been some modest support for gold at the $875-885 level which was tested back in very late March and which was tested again yesterday.'
6592. Shakil  Apr 29, 2008 11:19:34 PM IST Reply
'Gold imports are expected to improve this month and may be at around 40-50 tonnes as prices declined to the lows and also as physical buyers who were on the sidelines bought the yellow metal to stock it up before the wedding and festival season,' said Suresh Hundia, president of the Bombay Bullion Association.
6591. kunal  May 5, 2008 7:39:05 AM IST Reply
Is it the right time to enter again or wait for 820 Level.
6590. Terry  May 19, 2008 7:34:09 AM IST Reply
Gold is above 900,from here onwards one can expect steady rise atleast in the medium term in both gold/silver.<br>On long term its a very long distance to travel.<br> <br>happy trading
6589. Terry  May 22, 2008 8:16:53 AM IST Reply
The GOLD PRICE broke through $905 resistance today and ran $14.50 to close at $919.50. I had said here,that this was coming ? It closed barely above its 50 DMA (now $918.15). What are we rooting for? A close clearly above $960, will signal the gold price has bolted from the starting gate once again.
6588. Oil  May 30, 2008 12:42:17 AM IST Reply
The world's top oil producers are proving unable to put more barrels on thirsty world markets despite sky-high prices, a shift that defies traditional market logic and looks set to continue.<br><br>Fresh data from the U.S. Department of Energy show the amount of petroleum products shipped by the world's top oil exporters fell 2.5% last year, despite a 57% increase in prices, a trend that appears to be holding true this year as well.<br><br>There are several reasons behind the net-export decline. Soaring profits from high-price crude have fueled a boom in oil demand in Saudi Arabia and across the Middle East, leaving less oil for export. At the same time, aging fields and sluggish investments have caused exports to drop significantly in Mexico, Norway and, most recently, Russia. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries also cut production early last year and didn't move to boost supplies again until last fall.<br>
6587. Rakhwala  May 30, 2008 12:52:42 AM IST Reply
July crude dropped $4.34, or 3.3%, to $126.69 a barrel Thursday afternoon. It was trading at its weakest intraday level since May 19. The U.S. Energy Department reported an 8.8 million-barrel decline in crude supplies for last week. But "there is a lot of negative sentiment out there with reports of lower gasoline credit card sales and a [Department of Transportation] report indicating a drop in miles driven," said James Williams, an economist at WTRG Economics. That suggests consumers are cutting back on their driving, he said. <br>BUY all oil marketing companies like IOC, BPCL,HPC
6586. oil  May 30, 2008 1:51:13 AM IST Reply
We believe that the escalating tension between the U.S. and Venezuela is going to keep the pressure on oil and gas prices until at least mid-summer. Consumption in the China and India continues to be strong despite higher prices, and even in the economically hobbled U.S., if theres going to be any road trips taken by vacationing families, summer is the time its going to happen.<br><br>That being said, we think after July, the likelihood of corrective price movement increases, so I plan to reduce my exposure to that risk, and lock in profit towards the end of June. Which means there will be some free risk capital for fresh investing.<br><br>

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