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Gold Price Increases By Rs700/tola In Pakistan

Gold Price Increases By Rs700/tola In Pakistan

In the early days of the business week, gold prices in the domestic market of Pakistan displayed an upward trend, despite a decline observed in the international prices of the precious metal. According to data provided by the All Pakistan Gems and Jewellers Association, the per tola gold price experienced a surge of Rs700, reaching a settlement at Rs215,800. Similarly, the price of 10 grams of gold increased by Rs600, concluding at Rs185,014.

Contrary to the domestic movement, in the international market, the price of gold witnessed a decrease of $2, settling at $2,054 per ounce. This divergence in trends between the local and global gold markets highlights the impact of regional factors on commodity prices.

Read more: Gold Prices In Pakistan Rebound Globally

On the same day, the KSE 100-index of the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) displayed a bullish trend, gaining 490.11 points and closing at 63,305.93 points. The positive trajectory in the stock market indicated a favorable day for investors. During the trading session, a total of 452,868,834 shares, valued at Rs16.491 billion, were traded. This marked an increase compared to the previous day when 377,974,404 shares, valued at Rs16.011 billion, were traded.

The concurrent movements in the gold prices and stock market indices provide a snapshot of the financial landscape in Pakistan. The rise in gold prices domestically, despite the global dip, may be influenced by local factors such as demand-supply dynamics and economic conditions. Meanwhile, the bullish trend in the stock market reflects investor confidence and positive sentiments in the business environment.

These fluctuations underscore the interplay of various factors in determining market dynamics. While international trends contribute to the overall context, the unique conditions of the domestic market, as evidenced by gold price movements and stock index performance, add complexity to the financial landscape in Pakistan.

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