The domestic futures prices of gold and silver have seen an increase on Wednesday morning. On February 5, 2021 futures gold price on the MCX exchange was seen to be trading at Rs 49,362 per 10 gram, rising 0.65 per cent or Rs 317 on Wednesday morning. Apart from this, the futures price of gold on April 5, 2021 was seen to be trading at Rs 49,353 per 10 gram with a gain of 0.65 per cent or Rs 319 at this time. At the same time, the global market also saw a rise in global spot and futures prices of gold on Wednesday morning.
Along with gold, domestic futures prices of silver also saw a spurt on Wednesday morning. MCX on Wednesday morning on March 5, 2021 futures silver price was up 0.21 per cent or Rs 140 to trade at Rs 66,046 per kg. Apart from this, on Wednesday morning, the futures price of silver and the decline in the spot price were seen in the international market.
Gold price globally
Globally, both gold futures and spot prices rose on Wednesday morning. According to Bloomberg, on Wednesday morning, the global futures price of gold appeared to be trading at $ 1,859.50 an ounce, up 0.83 percent or $ 15.30 on Comex. Apart from this, the global spot price of gold was currently trading at $ 1,859.67 an ounce, rising 0.26 percent or $ 4.90.
Silver price globally
Globally, silver futures rose on Wednesday morning and the spot price fell. According to Bloomberg, on Wednesday morning, March 2021 futures silver was trading 0.79 per cent, or $ 0.20, at $ 25.64 an ounce. In addition, at this time the global spot price of silver was seen trading at $ 25.55 an ounce, falling by 0.05 percent or $ 0.01.