:: Peoples Time Online ::
The price of gold increased by 1166 Taka. Increase to 22, 21 and 18 carats increased by 1,166 Taka. However, gold and silver prices in the traditional system remain unchanged. Earlier, the price of gold has been fixed on August 6 this year.
From Sunday, 22 carat gold per sale will be sold at 48 thousand 639. The Bangladesh Jewelers Association (BZU) General Secretary Dilip Kumar Agarwala said the new price has been informed in the notification.
According to Bazus press release on Saturday, the price of gold in the country’s market has been determined keeping in line with the international market. Earlier, gold prices were fixed on August 6 this year. According to the new price list set by the bajjas, the best quality of the 22 carats per kilo (11.664 grams) will be sold at 48 thousand 639.
Up to Saturday the sale price of this gold was 47 472 Taka. In other words, the price of this quality has increased by one thousand 166 taka.
Until the next price is determined, the purchase of gold of 21 carat will be sold at 46, 364 taka. Until Saturday the sale price of this gold was 45 thousand 198 Taka. The increase has increased to Tk 1,616.
And 18-carat gold increased by Tk 1,616. In addition, the sale price was raised at Tk 41,291. Up to Saturday, the quality of gold is around 40 thousand 124 Taka.
On the other hand, the traditional method of gold is 27,585 Taka in full amount.
Meanwhile, the price of gold remains unchanged but the price of silver remains unchanged. The price of 21 cadmium of silver is sold at Tk 1,150.