Domestic gold futures on Monday, 29 June, rose by only 0.02 percent as a sudden surge in COVID-19 cases worldwide dampened investor sentiment.
As conditions in COVID-19 hotspots like United States of America and India deteriorate, investors have been leaning towards the safe-haven of the yellow metal.
For the past few days, the prices of gold and silver have continued to fluctuate. Today, the gold prices closed at Rs 48,317 per 10 gram. At the same time, silver prices have risen by 0.96 percent to Rs 49,266 per kg today.
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