Gold continues to be expensive, silver weakens

New Delhi : Gold prices have seen an increase in Tuesday's trade. At the end of the day's trade, gold has closed at Rs 33,325 per 10 gram level with a jump of Rs 125. Due to the rise in gold prices due to the wedding season, there is a growing demand from jewelers. At the global level, gold is at a three-week low.However, unlike gold, silver is weak in today's business. On the day-to-day trade, silver was reduced by Rs 250 to Rs 39,850 per kilogram. Boolean traders say that due to the ongoing wedding season, gold prices have remained high due to the ongoing buying from local jewelers. Globally, gold in New York declined by 0.13% to $ 1,278.90 per ounce as the strong dollar made gold buying expensive, while silver also fell by 0.46 percent to $ 15.126 an ounce Closed on Talking about national capital Delhi, 99.9 per cent and 99.5 per cent purity gold closed at Rs 33,325 and Rs 32,175 per 10 grams, with a jump of Rs 125, respectively. The price of gold was seen at Rs 40 a day earlier.However, due to sporadic demand, prices of Guinness remained steady at 25,500 rupees per 8 grams. On the other hand, silver ready dropped by Rs 250 to Rs 39,850 per kg and weekly based delivery fell by Rs 264 to Rs 38,876 per kilogram..