Gold Rate In Hyderabad Today

  • Today's Gold Rate in Hyderabad ( 16 Sep 2019 )
    ₹ 3,626
    Today's Gold Rate (22K) per gram
    Compare Gold Rate In Hyderabad (Today & Yesterday)
    (16 Sep 2019)
    (15 Sep 2019)
    Rate Change
    Standard Gold (22 K) ( 1 gram ) ₹ 3,626 ₹ 3,584 ₹ 42 ↑
    Standard Gold (22 K) ( 8 grams ) ₹ 29,008 ₹ 28,672 ₹ 336 ↑
    Pure Gold (24 K) ( 1 gram ) ₹ 3,807 ₹ 3,763 ₹ 44 ↑
    Pure Gold (24 K) ( 8 grams ) ₹ 30,456 ₹ 30,104 ₹ 352 ↑
    Daily Gold Rates
    Date Standard Gold (22 K) Pure Gold (24 K)
    1 gram 8 grams 1 gram 8 grams
    16 Sep 2019 ₹ 3,626 ₹ 29,008 ₹ 3,807 ₹ 30,456
    15 Sep 2019 ₹ 3,584 ₹ 28,672 ₹ 3,763 ₹ 30,104
    14 Sep 2019 ₹ 3,584 ₹ 28,672 ₹ 3,763 ₹ 30,104
    13 Sep 2019 ₹ 3,607 ₹ 28,856 ₹ 3,787 ₹ 30,296
    12 Sep 2019 ₹ 3,618 ₹ 28,944 ₹ 3,799 ₹ 30,392
    11 Sep 2019 ₹ 3,634 ₹ 29,072 ₹ 3,816 ₹ 30,528
    10 Sep 2019 ₹ 3,645 ₹ 29,160 ₹ 3,827 ₹ 30,616
    09 Sep 2019 ₹ 3,659 ₹ 29,272 ₹ 3,842 ₹ 30,736
    08 Sep 2019 ₹ 3,671 ₹ 29,368 ₹ 3,855 ₹ 30,840
    07 Sep 2019 ₹ 3,671 ₹ 29,368 ₹ 3,855 ₹ 30,840

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    Gold Price in Hyderabad

    Hyderabad is one of the most populated cities in India. This historic city is known for its affinity towards gold and gold products. Gold rate in Hyderabad are a direct consequence of global gold rates, which are affected by a wide range of factors such as global production, strength of currency, internal demand of the country, prices of other commodities such as oil, and so on.

    Gold in Hyderabad is generally sold as jewelries and related products. This is mainly for individual consumption for occasions such as marriages, festivals, and even as a form of investment strategy for both long and short terms. Returns from gold have ideally been assured and reliable, and this is a big reason why individuals in Hyderabad are preferring gold over other forms of investments such as bank deposits or equity markets.

    Hyderabad, the erstwhile Nizam stronghold and the land of the Biryanis, has a long and intimate history with gold. In this page we will cover a few basic details about gold and Gold price in Hyderabad.

    Trend of Gold Rate in Hyderabad for September 2019 (rates per gram of 24 karat gold)

    Parameters Gold price (24 karat)
    September 1 Rate Rs.3,876 per gram
    September 8 Rate Rs.3,855 per gram
    Highest Rate in September Rs.3,953 per gram on 4 September
    Lowest Rate in September Rs.3,855 per gram on 7 and 8 September
    Overall Performance Decline

    September 2019- Week 1 (1-8):

    • Gold prices in Hyderabad opened higher at Rs.3,876 per gram on positive overseas cues and steady jeweller demand ahead of the festive season, but retail offtake remained weak.
    • Prices rose to Rs.3,953 per gram on 4 September as weak U.S. manufacturing data dampened equity demand but a possible end to the U.S.-China trade dispute saw prices drop to Rs.3,885 per gram on 6 September.
    • The downward slide continued for the rest of the week as investors reduced bullion offtake, resulting in the metal ending the week at Rs.3,855 per gram.

    Trend of Gold Rate in Hyderabad for August 2019 (rates per gram of 24 karat gold)

    Parameters Gold price (24 karat)
    August 1 Rate Rs.3,481 per gram
    August 31 Rate Rs.3,876 per gram
    Highest Rate in August Rs.3,913 per gram on 29 August
    Lowest Rate in August Rs.3,481 per gram on 1 August
    Overall Performance Incline
    Percentage Change 11.34%

    August 2019- Week 1 (1-11):

    • Despite static retail demand, gold rates in Hyderabad rose sharply after opening at Rs.3,481 per gram on steady overseas offtake amid economic uncertainty.
    • Prices climbed to Rs.3,587 per gram on 4 August and continued to climb as trade tensions led to markets sinking, trading at Rs.3,721 per gram on 7 August.
    • Global recession fears led to central banks slashing interest rates, which prompted increased bullion demand as the yellow metal climbed to Rs.3,761 per gram on 11 August.

    August 2019- Week 2 (12-18):

    • When the week began, gold rates in Hyderabad traded at Rs.3,761 per gram and briefly rose to Rs.3,793 per gram on 13 August on weak equity markets.
    • Prices rose to Rs.3,799 per gram on 15 August as trade war fears persisted, though local retail demand was weak.
    • Gold dropped to Rs.3,787 per gram on 17 August as equities recovered marginally and remained constant till the week ended on 18 August.

    August 2019- Week 3 (19-25):

    • Opening lower due to declining local demand, gold prices in Hyderabad traded at Rs.3,766 per gram on 19 August but recovered during the week.
    • Investors put off bullion purchases prior to the Fed Reserve meeting, but industrial orders kept prices steady as the yellow metal rose to Rs.3,781 per gram on 21 August.
    • Gold jumped to Rs.3,802 per gram on 23 August despite a steady dollar rate, with the metal rising to Rs.3,864 per gram when the week ended on 25 August.

    August 2019- Week 4 (26-31):

    • Steady industrial interest in bullion saw gold prices in Hyderabad open at Rs.3,904 per gram on 26 August but fluctuations in the dollar rate resulted in the metal dropping to Rs.3,875 per gram on 27 August.
    • Retail sales were low due to high import costs but overseas support and a weak rupee buoyed the metal, which rose to Rs.3,913 per gram on 29 August.
    • Economic slowdown fears and the U.S.-China trade war increased gold’s safe-haven appeal though prices dipped to Rs.3,876 per gram when the month ended on 31 August.

    Trend of Gold Rate in Hyderabad for July 2019 (rates per gram of 24 karat gold)

    Parameters Gold price (24 karat)
    July 1 Rate Rs.3,373 per gram
    July 31 Rate Rs.3,505 per gram
    Highest Rate in July Rs.3,537 per gram on 19 July
    Lowest Rate in July Rs.3,373 per gram on 2 July
    Overall Performance Incline
    Percentage Change 3.91%

    July 2019- Week 1 (1-7):

    • Gold rates in Hyderabad rose to Rs.3,373 per gram when the week began but a drop in local industrial demand and declining retail demand kept prices relatively unchanged.
    • The yellow metal traded at Rs.3,425 per gram on 4 July as U.S. markets remained closed, though the weak dollar boosted overseas industrial offtake.
    • Fears over slowing economic growth and a possible recession increased investor interest in bullion, as the precious metal rose to Rs.3,445 per gram on 7 July.

    July 2019- Week 2 (8-14):

    • Gold prices in Hyderabad reflected global bullion trends, with the metal priced at Rs.3,452 per gram on 8 July before rising on steady investor and industrial demand.
    • Prices jumped to Rs.3,493 per gram on 11 July as fears of a global economic downturn led to a rise in safe-haven asset trading, though prices regularised to Rs.3,463 per gram on 12 July.
    • Despite positive U.S. consumer data stabilising equity markets and boosting the dollar rate, further indications of a monetary tightening policy led to the metal rising to Rs.3,482 per gram on 14 July.

    July 2019- Week 3 (15-21):

    • Gold prices in Hyderabad opened at Rs.3,468 per gram but prices quickly rose to Rs.3,476 per gram on 16 July as growing overseas and local demand boosted prices.
    • Investors reduced offtake ahead of the U.S. jobs data release which resulted in bullion trading lower at Rs.3,459 per gram on 18 July.
    • Sluggish manufacturing figures and a falling dollar led to a rise in gold’s safe-haven appeal, as the metal climbed to Rs.3,537 per gram on 19 July before settling at Rs.3,512 per gram on 21 July.

    July 2019- Week 4 (22-28):

    • After opening at Rs.3,518 per gram on 22 July, gold prices in Hyderabad dropped to Rs.3,498 per gram on 23 July as the dollar gained on expectations of a marginal interest rate cut.
    • Prices inched higher to Rs.3,503 per gram on 25 July as weak Eurozone economic data bolstered safe-haven asset demand, though static local demand saw rates drop to Rs.3,499 per gram on 26 July.
    • Despite a marginal rise in local jeweller demand, waning investor interest from overseas capped gains as the yellow metal traded at Rs.3,498 per gram when the week ended on 28 July.

    July 2019- Week 5 (29-31):

    • Gold prices in Hyderabad opened at Rs.3,498 per gram on 29 July as bullion demand remained steady due to fears over the impact of the ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China.
    • Retail demand was poor as prices skyrocketed, but the renewed uncertainty over a global economic slowdown saw gold rise to Rs.3,502 per gram on 30 July.
    • The end of the month saw prices reach a high of Rs.3,505 per gram, with the metal recording a rise of 3.91% during the month.

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    Trend of Gold Rate in Hyderabad for June 2019 (rates per gram of 24 karat gold)

    Parameters Gold price (24 karat)
    June 1 Rate Rs.3,233 per gram
    June 30 Rate Rs.3,415 per gram
    Highest Rate in June Rs.3,473 per gram on 25 June
    Lowest Rate in June Rs.3,233 per gram on 1 and 2 June
    Overall Performance Incline
    Percentage Change 5.62%

    June 2019- Week 1 (1-9):

    • Steady offtake by local and overseas investors due to uncertain markets and a retreating U.S. dollar saw gold price in Hyderabad rise after opening at Rs.3,233 per gram, with the metal priced at Rs.3,246 per gram on 4 June on increased retail sales.
    • Threats of further U.S. tariffs against Mexico and uncertainty over European elections increased bullion’s safe-haven appeal as gold rate in Hyderabad to Rs.,3257 per gram on 5 June, though demand from China remained static due to weak industrial growth there.
    • Prices rose steadily for the rest of the week as possible interest rate cuts in the U.S. increased bullion’s appeal, resulting in gold ending the week at Rs.3,299 per gram.

    June 2019- Week 2 (10 - 16):

    • Week 2 began with the gold rate in Hyderabad declining when compared to the price at the end of week 1. As on 10th, gold was trading at Rs.3,267 per gram.
    • The dollar declined in value causing the price of gold to incline. The price of the metal in the city stood at Rs.3,272 per gram on 13th.
    • At the end of the second week, the US dollar rose in value in comparison to other currencies. This did not have a negative impact on gold price in Hyderabad as it rose Rs.3,305 per gram as the week ended.

    June 2019- Week 3 (17-23):

    • After opening at Rs.3,305 per gram on 17 June, there was a marginal dip in gold price in Hyderabad due to conflicting cues and a steady U.S. dollar with the metal falling to Rs.3,301 per gram on 19 June.
    • Gold rate in Hyderabad surged to Rs.3,372 per gram on 20 June as a slide in the dollar rate and the possibility of U.S. interest rate cuts bolstered bullion.
    • Rising tensions between Iran and the U.S. as well as fears over economic growth increased gold’s safe-haven appeal, as the metal surged to Rs.3,435 per gram on 21 June before settling at Rs.3,422 per gram on 23 June.

    June 2019- Week 4 (24-30):

    • Gold price in Hyderabad opened at Rs.3,422 per gram on 24 June, rising to Rs.3,473 per gram on 25 June as markets sank on possible higher U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods.
    • The rise in Iran-U.S war rhetoric also rattled markets but a softening of the Fed’s dovish monetary stance saw equities rise as gold dropped to Rs.3,413 per gram on 27 June.
    • Prices briefly climbed to Rs.3,428 per gram on 28 June ahead of the G20 summit but an easing of trade tensions bolstered the dollar as the yellow metal closed at Rs.3,415 per gram.

    Trend of Gold Rate in Hyderabad for May 2019 (rates per gram of 24 karat gold)

    Parameters Gold price (24 karat)
    May 1 Rate Rs.3,190 per gram
    May 31 Rate Rs.3,215 per gram
    Highest Rate in May Rs.3,215 per gram on 31 May
    Lowest Rate in May Rs.3,150 per gram on 3 May
    Overall Performance Incline

    May 2019- Week 1 (1-5):

    • Weak overseas offtake and a steady U.S. dollar dampened local interest in bullion as the precious metal opened the month lower at Rs.3,190 per gram.
    • Indications of positive employment figures bolstered equity markets as global currencies rose, denting gold demand as gold price in Hyderabad fell to Rs.3,150 per gram on 3 May.
    • Demand vagaries and a slight rise in jeweller demand due to the upcoming wedding season shored up bullion prices as the week ended, with the yellow metal priced at Rs.3,163 per gram on 5 May.

    May 2019- Week 2 (6-12):

    • Continued fluctuations across equity markets and rising global tensions boosted demand for gold as the precious metal opened the week at Rs.3,171 per gram on 6 May.
    • Gold rate in Hyderabad rose throughout the week as investors moved way from riskier assets, climbing to Rs.3,184 per gram on 8 May as jewellers increased orders ahead of the wedding season.
    • Following the implementation of fresh trade tariffs against China, global equity markets dropped as gold surged to Rs.3,205 per gram on 12 May.

    May 2019- Week 3 (13-19):

    • Continued fluctuations across equity markets and rising global tensions boosted demand for gold as the precious metal opened the week at Rs.3,173 per gram on 13 May.
    • Gold prices in Hyderabad rose throughout the week as investors moved way from riskier assets, climbing to Rs.3,182 per gram on 15 May as jewellers increased orders ahead of the wedding season.
    • Following the implementation of fresh trade tariffs against China, global equity markets dropped as gold surged to Rs.3,203 per gram on 19 May.

    May 2019- Week 4 (20-26):

    • A staid opening saw gold prices in Hyderabad trade at Rs.3,170 per gram and steadily drop on weak overseas demand and a resurgent U.S. dollar rate.
    • Prices slumped to Rs.3,165 per gram on 22 May amidst a revival in equity markets by investors, as strong oil prices also brought down demand for the safe-haven metal.
    • Escalating tensions between the U.S. and Iran rattled markets, as local demand capitalised on a weakening U.S. dollar to trade at Rs.3,188 per gram on 24 May before dropping to Rs.3,183 per gram on 26 May.

    May 2019- Week 5 (27-31):

    • Gold rates in Hyderabad opened unchanged at Rs.3,183 per gram as a stable U.S. dollar reduced retail demand but rising uncertainty over global markets boosted the metal’s appeal locally and overseas.
    • A drop in U.S. Treasury yields increased investor interest in safe-haven bullion as the precious metal rose to Rs.3,188 per gram on 29 May, with local industrial offtake also rising.
    • Key European markets were shaky ahead of the European elections due to the Brexit crisis, which further raised gold’s appeal as the metal traded at Rs.3,215 per gram on 31 May.

    Trend of Gold Rate in Hyderabad for April 2019 (rates per gram of 24 karat gold)

    Parameters Gold price (24 karat)
    April 1 Rate Rs.3,189 per gram
    April 28 Rate Rs.3,208 per gram
    Highest Rate in April Rs.3,208 per gram on 9, 27 and 28 April
    Lowest Rate in April Rs.3,161 per gram on 3 April
    Overall Performance Incline

    April 2019 - Week 1 (1-7):

    • Poor local retail offtake and fluctuating overseas cues dented gold rates in Hyderabad despite the metal opening at Rs.3,189 per gram on 1 April.
    • Prices dropped to Rs.3,170 per gram on 2 April as investor interest in bullion waned in favour of equities, with the U.S. dollar also rising on positive U.S. unemployment data.
    • After briefly dropping to Rs.3,162 per gram on 4 April due to stagnant jeweller demand, prices rose to Rs.3,185 per gram on 7 April as the dollar rate ahead of the Fed Reserve policy meeting.

    April 2019 - Week 2 (8-14):

    • Lacklustre retail demand and sliding overseas offtake resulted in gold prices in Hyderabad falling after opening at Rs.3,198 per gram on 8 April.
    • Prices rose to Rs.3,208 per gram on 9 April briefly as economic slowdown fears resulted in increased bullion offtake but a recovering U.S. dollar rate capped possible gains as the yellow metal fell to Rs.3,178 per gram on 12 April.
    • Concerns over Brexit failed to bolster demand for the metal but a slight rise in local jeweller offtake boosted prices to Rs.3,183 per gram when the week ended on 14 April.

    April 2019 - Week 3 (15-21):

    • After opening at Rs.3,177 per gram on 15 April, gold rates in Hyderabad dipped on weak local demand and poor overseas cues.
    • Surprisingly strong economic data from China boosted equity markets and dented gold’s appeal as the metal dropped to Rs.3,171 per gram on 17 April.
    • A steady dollar rate saw prices plunge to Rs.3,162 per gram on 19 April but a late rally saw gold’s appeal rise locally as the metal traded at Rs.3,166 per gram on 21 April.

    April 2019- Week 4 (22-28):

    • Poor local offtake was boosted by encouraging overseas bullion demand as gold prices in Hyderabad rose after starting the week priced at Rs.3,180 per gram.
    • Gold briefly dipped to Rs.3,165 per gram on 24 April as the U.S. dollar rate rose on positive equity performance but bullion took the upper hand as the metal rose to Rs.3,179 per gram on 25 April.
    • Disappointing U.S. economic data plunged global markets into losses as Asian shares also tumbled, boosting gold offtake as the yellow metal ended the week at Rs.3,208 per gram.

    Trend of Gold Rate in Hyderabad for March 2019 (rates per gram of 24 karat gold)

    Parameters Gold price (24 karat)
    March 1 Rate Rs.3,305 per gram
    March 31 Rate Rs.3,200 per gram
    Highest Rate in March Rs.3,305 per gram on 1 March
    Lowest Rate in March Rs.3,169 per gram on 29 March
    Overall Performance Decline
    Percentage Change -3.17%

    March 2019 - Week 1 (1-10):

    • Waning retail demand and a weak rupee resulted in gold price in Hyderabad dipping, as overseas cues were also unsupportive with the metal priced at Rs.3,305 per gram on 1 March.
    • Talks of a Sino-U.S. trade deal boosted investors’ risk sentiment as gold’s safe-haven appeal fell, which resulted in gold rate in Hyderabad falling to Rs.3,234 per gram on 6 March.
    • A drop in local demand also impacted prices as gold slipped to Rs.3,224 per gram on 8 March before a marginal drop in the dollar saw prices rise to Rs.3,247 per gram when the week ended on 10 March.

    March 2019 - Week 2 (11-17):

    • Fluctuating demand and a rising U.S. dollar capped gains as gold price in Hyderabad dropped steadily after trading at Rs.3,233 per gram on 11 March.
    • Positive U.S. data bolstered the dollar and equities as investors moved away from safe-haven bullion, as gold rate in Hyderabad slid to Rs.3,213 per gram on 13 March before dropping to Rs.3,207 per gram on 15 March on steadily strengthening equities.
    • Anticipation of a dovish Federal Reserve policy stance resulted in the dollar falling and a spike in gold demand, as the metal traded at Rs.3,212 per gram on 17 March.

    March 2019 - Week 3 (18-24):

    • Gold rates in Hyderabad opened at Rs.3,190 per gram on 18 March as a rising U.S. dollar capped gains from steady local demand, but prices climbed to Rs.3,209 per gram on 20 March as fears over Brexit impacted equity markets.
    • Prices climbed further to Rs.3,215 per gram on 21 March as the U.S. Federal Reserve’s halt on interest rate hikes bolstered demand for bullion and the dollar rate fell.
    • Weak local demand saw gold drop briefly to Rs.3,191 per gram on 22 March before prices surged to Rs.3,236 per gram on 24 March as fears of an impending U.S. recession increased demand for safe-haven bullion.

    March 2019- Week 4 (25-31):

    • Gold prices in Hyderabad saw some fluctuations as conflicting cues arising out of a resurgent U.S. dollar and market uncertainty impacted bullion, with the metal priced at Rs.3,229 per gram on 25 March.
    • A more dovish Fed policy initially boosted gold demand but a rise in the U.S. dollar rate dented demand as the metal fell to Rs.3,217 per gram on 27 March before plunging to Rs.3,169 per gram on 29 March.
    • Positive economic data from China and a resolution to the Sino-U.S. trade dispute further boosted the dollar but a late rally saw gold prices end the month at Rs.3,200 per gram on 31 March, recording a 3.17% loss in value.

    Trend of Gold Rate in Hyderabad for February 2019 (rates per gram of 24 karat gold)

    Parameters Gold price (24 karat)
    February 1 Rate Rs.3,354 per gram
    February 28 Rate Rs.3,333 per gram
    Highest Rate in February Rs.3,392 per gram on 20 and 21 February
    Lowest Rate in February Rs.3,292 per gram on 13 February
    Overall Performance Incline
    Percentage Change -0.62%

    February 2019 - Week 1 (1-10):

    • Declining overseas interest and a strengthening dollar impacted gold price in Hyderabad though the metal opened at a steady Rs.3,354 per gram on 1 February.
    • Recovering equity markets and a steady dollar resulted in a decline in local offtake due to rising import costs with gold rate falling to Rs.3,335 per gram on 6 February.
    • Positive U.S. payrolls data further boosted global markets as industrial demand for gold fell steadily, resulting in the yellow metal trading at Rs.3,332 per gram when markets closed on 10 February.

    February 2019 - Week 2 (11-17):

    • Stable local demand failed to prop up gold rate in Hyderabad as weak overseas cues and a recovering dollar capped possible gains.
    • Gold traded at Rs.3,319 per gram on 11 February but declining industrial demand and static investor interest saw gold price drop to Rs.3,298 per gram on 14 February.
    • Lingering uncertainty over the economic implications of Brexit and a possible U.S. government shutdown boosted interest in safe-haven gold, as prices rose to Rs.3,325 per gram on 15 February.
    • A rise in local retail demand and an influx of orders from jewellers helped gold price in Hyderabad rise to Rs.3,350 per gram when the week ended on 17 February.

    February 2019 - Week 3 (18-24):

    • Investor caution over the Federal Reserve’s upcoming meeting saw a decline in overseas interest in the metal though gold traded at a steady Rs.3,356 per gram on 18 February.
    • Gold rate in Hyderabad jumped to Rs.3,392 per gram on 20 February as a slip in the dollar rate prompted increased local offtake from jewellers, though gains were capped by sluggish industrial demand.
    • Indications of renewed rate hikes after the Fed Reserve meeting dampened investor confidence in bullion as gold rate in Hyderabad fell to Rs.3,373 per gram on 22 February.
    • Local demand was unable to sustain prices on declining overseas interest and Asian offtake was also static resulting in gold rate in Hyderabad falling to Rs.3,360 per gram on 24 February.

    February 2019 - Week 4 (25-28):

    • When the week began gold rate in Hyderabad were steady at Rs.3,355 per gram on 25 February before a slight rise in local demand pushed prices higher.
    • Gold price in Hyderabad rose to Rs.3,357 per gram on 26 February but weak cues and a drop in industrial demand both locally and overseas affected demand.
    • The end of the month saw the precious metal fall to Rs.3,333 per gram on 28 February and record an overall decline in value by 0.62%.

    Trend of Gold Rate in Hyderabad for January 2019 (rates per gram of 24 karat gold)

    Parameters Gold price (24 karat)
    Rate on 1st January 2019 Rs.3,172per gram
    Rate on 31st January 2019 Rs.3,321per gram
    Highest Rate in January 2019 Rs.3,326 per gram on 30 January
    Lowest Rate in January 2019 Rs.3,172per gramon 1 and 7 January
    Overall Performance Incline
    Percentage Change 4.69%
    Comparison for 24 K Gold Rates for Hyderabad January 2019
    Graph for Gold Rate (24K) in Hyderabad January 2019

    January 2019 - Week 1 (1 - 6):

    • Gold rate in Hyderabad echoed trends seen in other cities, as positive trends and rising local orders shored up the metal’s value.
    • The year began with gold trading at Rs.3,172 per gram, with prices surging to Rs.3,191 per gram on 3 January on growing overseas reliance on the metal’s safe-haven appeal.
    • Gold price jumped to Rs.3,205 per gram on 4 January before falling to Rs.3,175 per gram when the week ended on 6 January, recording a minor price rise of Rs.3 over the course of the week.

    January 2019 - Week 2 (7 - 13):

    • Demand for gold was on the rise as the wedding season and positive overseas cues boosted interest in the yellow metal in the second week.
    • Gold traded at Rs.3,172 per gram when the week began on 7 January and rose steadily on stable retail as well as industrial demand.
    • A weak dollar led to an increase in local demand as the metal rose to Rs.3,197 per gram on 9 January.
    • Gold price in Hyderabad continued to climb for the rest of the week, reaching Rs.3,229 per gram on 10 January before settling at Rs.3,222 per gram when the week ended on 13 January.

    January 2019 - Week 3 (14 - 20):

    • Positive market cues and a fluctuating dollar boosted gold price in Hyderabad this week with the metal trading at Rs.3,230 per gram when trading began on 14 January.
    • Retail demand spiked on festive buying as gold surged to Rs.3,248 per gram on 16 January, with a stable rupee and turbulent markets also contributing to the rise in bullion interest.
    • Gold rate peaked at Rs.3,263 per gram on 17 January as the ongoing U.S. government shutdown affected markets globally, resulting in a rise in bullion as a safe-haven asset.
    • There was a slight dip in prices as the week ended due to demand vagaries as gold traded at Rs.3,246 per gram on 20 January.

    January 2019 - Week 4 (21-27):

    • Despite minor fluctuations in overseas industrial offtake, gold rate in Hyderabad rose on strong retail demand and positive market cues.
    • The yellow metal traded at Rs.3,246 per gram on 21 January but waning investor interest saw prices fall to Rs.3,236 per gram on 22 January.
    • The market impact of Brexit and the U.S. government shutdown affected the dollar as local industrial demand rose and gold climbed to Rs.3,242 per gram on 24 January.
    • The political crisis in Venezuela increased gold’s safe-haven demand as the metal ended the week at Rs.3,277 per gram on 27 January.

    January 2019 - Week 5 (28-31):

    • Festive demand and a weak dollar kept gold prices in Hyderabad on a steady rise after the metal was priced at Rs.3,285 per gram when trading opened on 28 January.
    • Overseas demand was also steady as fluctuating equity markets and global tensions over Brexit and the constitutional crisis in Venezuela resulted in increased offtake of safe-haven bullion.
    • Industrial interest in gold was also bullish despite weak demand from China, which raised overall demand for the metal.
    • Gold surged to Rs.3,326 per gram on 30 January before ending the month at Rs.3,321 per gram to record a 4.69% increase in value during the month.

    Ways to invest in gold in Hyderabad

    As one of the fastest developing cities in the country, Hyderabad offers plenty of opportunities for all sorts of gold investors: be it for the large jewellery-buying consumers or for the investment-oriented entities. People can invest in a range of assets like gold coins, jewellery, gold bullions (bricks), and gold ETFs.

    Things to Know before investing in Gold in Hyderabad

    No matter how much Indians grow, their obsession is never likely to end. So, in this section, we will tell you about some of the things you should keep in mind when investing in the metal:

    • How pure is the gold: There are different purity levels to gold 14 karat, 18 karat, 22 karat, and 24 karat. A 24 karat gold is the purest form of gold available and is likely to cost considerably more when compared to the others.
    • Do you know the labour charges involved: One of the many ways jewellers earn their money is charging labour charge on a piece of jewellery. The maker charges a certain amount depending on the type and the complexity of the piece in question. Making charges will be added to the final price of your purchase. To know more about it, analyse your bill carefully or talk to your jeweller the next time you’re making a purchase
    • Certification In Place?: Gold is certified and authenticated by the Bureau of Indian Standards, which main aim is to make sure that you - the customer - aren’t fleeced by the jeweller for a substandard or fake product. The BIS certifies the gold a jeweller is selling based on their purity levels. When you’re making a purchase, make sure to check the purity levels before buying.
    • When you are purchasing: The timing of your purchase can have a bearing on how much your jewellery could cost. For instance, during festive seasons when demand is high, you are likely to spend more as opposed to buying during the off season. Also be on the lookout for additional offers which reputed jewellers put up from time to time.
    • Keep the weight in mind: When a jewellery is weighed before a sale, any other stones used (emerald, diamond etc) will also be included in the pricing. This may increase the price of your jewels further. So, keep this in mind when purchasing studded jewellery.

    Gold as an Investment in Hyderabad

    Gold is the preferred choice for metal commodity in Hyderabad. Gold rates in Hyderabad follow the trend of all major cities in the country. Buying gold is very easy in the city, as there are lots of stores and dealers who are into selling and buying gold. Investments in gold have become a major component of individual investments in commodities in the city.

    Jewelry: Gold jewelries are popular among the residents of Hyderabad. The city offers some of the best options in gold jewelry in the country. Hyderabad, along with Chennai and Bangalore, forms a big portion of gold jewelry demand in southern India.

    Coins and bullion: Gold coins can be purchased from various banks in the city. These are also popular with residents in the city, as coins can be purchased in varying purities and weights as well as from a number of places including private dealers. Bullions can be purchased from the large dealers based in the city. These are also available in varying purity and weights, however bullions are generally available in larger quantities of gold.

    Commodity exchanges: Gold as a commodity can be traded in various exchanges such as MCX, NSEL or NCDEX. These exchanges are used by residents of Hyderabad for investing in contracts of gold of varying tenures. The contracts are available as spot contracts and futures contracts.

    Factors that Affects the Gold Prices in Hyderabad

    There are a lot of factors involved in gold trading and the prices slapped on the metal in various cities. Hyderabad, in this case. Here’s a list of all of these factors:

    • Rupee vs Dollar

    India is the second largest importer of gold in the world, and it mostly uses the US dollar to pay for a particular trade. If the rupee is weaker against the dollar at a given point in time when a trade is happening, gold prices are expected to be higher. This is because importers have to pay more rupees to make the purchase. Also, the same will trickle down to the end user who buys gold as well. On the other hand, if the US dollar is weaker, gold is expected to cost comparatively less.

    • Logistics

    When we say logistics, we mean to emphasise the time since gold is imported to the time it makes it to the hands of the consumer. Gold, as you know, is a precious metal and due to its monetary value, its requires a lot of safeguarding. Depending on how the situation in a city is, gold rates are likely to increase or decrease. In simple terms, the harder it is to transport gold to a city, the higher the costs are likely to be.

    • Bullion associations

    Bullion associations also play a huge role in how gold is priced in a city. Gold rates are fixed twice a day, once when the day begins (called the opening price) and once when the day ends (called the closing price).

    What impact has GST had on gold rate in Hyderabad?

    Ever since the introduction of Goods and Services Tax (GST) in July 2017, gold rate in Hyderabad have seen s shift. While the previous law levied a 12.2% tax on gold (10% import duty, 1% excise duty and 1.2% VAT), the new GST law has made things a lot more easier. To begin with, the GST council has done away with excise duty and VAT and has put GST in its place, which will remain the same for all states in the country. The 3% GST on gold has been well received by traders and investors not just in the city but also in and around the country. Further, GST is expected to herald a new era of consistency to gold trading. Currently, gold is being taxed at 13%, of which 10% stands for import duty while the remaining 3% is the GST.On the retail front, there are a few different components to look at. For instance, there’s the 5% making charge on top of the 10% import duty, and 3% GST. In the retail market, a 5% making charge will be levied on each jewellery purchase.

    What’s the difference between KDM and Hallmark gold in Hyderabad

    KDM refers to the process through which gold jewellery is made. Gold, as a metal, is rather soft and jewellery was made by soldering the piece with other metals and for this purpose only a metal with a lesser melting point was used. When the process was initially invented, Cadmium was used as the soldering agent. However, this brought with it a number of complications, wherein it decreased the purity of the gold while it was also responsible for various kinds of health hazards. Now, other metals like zinc or copper are used, which has drastically cut down the health risks.

    Hallmark, on the other hand, refers to the certificate given by the Bureau of Indian Standards, a government body which deals with authenticating gold. For example, you buy a piece of jewellery that a store claims is 24 karat or 22 karat. BIS is the entity that certifies that a gold is what a jeweller claims it is.

    Buying gold and gold jewellery in Hyderabad

    There are plenty of places with history where you can buy gold in Hyderabad. Stores like Jagdamba Pearls, MOR Jewellers, Krishna Pearls and Jewellers are just a few of them. On the other hand, if you want to buy gold you can go with the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX), which lets you buy 22 karat and 24 karat gold.

    How is gold imported into Hyderabad?

    Importing gold isn’t possible for everyone and can only be done by a few designated importers such as banks, who sell it to various dealers at a margin in order to recoup the money they have spent. Once they have decided on the margins, banks sell the gold to retailers, who in turn design jewellery and sell them to consumers.

    Future gold rates: How are they decided

    Future rates, as the name suggest, are the rates at which gold is likely to be traded in the future.There are a number of factors that go into deciding future gold rates in a particular city. These factors are as follows:

    • Current trends: Although there are no given parameters to decide future rates of gold, current trading rates will be taken into account when traders set the price. Besides this, traders will also look at cues from the global scene and keep track on any gold-related news and that of the US dollar. Analysts will also look at silver rates to ascertain what a future trend could look like.
    • Forex rate: The rate at which Indian rupee is being exchanged will also play a part in what future rates could look like.

    Taxes on Gold

    Like every commodity, there’s a tax that has to be paid on gold as well, of which there are three. Below are all of them mentioned for you.

    • Capital Gains Tax: Gold trades, in the form of ETFs, incur taxes depending on when and how they are sold. For instance, if gold is sold within 12 months of buying it, the profit will be taxed at 10%. On the other hand, if gold is sold after 36 months, capital gained through the sale will be taxed at 15%.
    • Wealth Tax: Gold is considered wealth, and hence it will be taxed. If wealth exceeds more than Rs.30 lakh, a wealth tax of 1% needs to be paid. The valuation for the gold will be done based on the rates on 31st March.

    Trend of Gold Rate in Hyderabad for 2018 (24K Gold)

    Months First Day Last Day Highest Rate Lowest Rate Overall Monthly Performance Percentage Change
    January 2018 Rs.3,005 per gram Rs.3,045 per gram Rs.3,086 per gram on 16 January Rs.3,000 per gram on 4 January Incline 1.33%
    February 2018 Rs.3,077 per gram Rs.3,129 per gram Rs.3,161 per gram on 17 and 18 February Rs.3,035 per gram on 9 February Incline 1.68%
    March 2018 Rs.3,043 per gram Rs.3,072 per gram Rs.3,105 per gram on 24 and 25 March Rs.3,030 per gram on 19 March Incline 0.95%
    April 2018 Rs.3,072 per gram Rs.3,123 per gram Rs.3,153 per gram on 19 April Rs.3,064 per gram on 6 April Incline 1.66%
    May 2018 Rs.3,114 per gram Rs.3,122 per gram Rs.3,213 per gram on 15 May Rs.3,103 per gram on 3 May Incline 0.25%
    June 2018 Rs.3,100 per gram Rs.3,059 per gram Rs.3,127 per gram on 15 June Rs.3,054 per gram on 24 June Decline -1.32%
    July 2018 Rs.3,059 per gram Rs.2,986 per gram Rs.3,070 per gram on 7 July Rs.2,986 per gram on 18 & 31 July Decline -2.38%
    August 2018 Rs.2,983 per gram Rs.3,039 per gram Rs.3,039 per gram on 31 August Rs.2,800 per gram on 16 August Incline 1.87%
    September 2018 Rs.3,029 per gram Rs.3,074 per gram Rs.3,098 per gram on 19 September Rs.3,019 per gram on 3 September Incline 1.48%
    October 2018 Rs.3,071 per gram Rs.3,188 per gram Rs.3,211 per gram on 15 October Rs.3,071 per gram on 1 October Incline 3.80%
    November 2018 Rs.3,184 per gram Rs.3,045 per gram Rs.3,196 per gram on 6 November Rs.3,045 per gram on 30 November Decline -4.36%
    December 2018 Rs.3,045 per gram Rs.3,165 per gram Rs.3,192 per gram on 11 December Rs.3,045 per gram on 1 December Incline 3.94%

    Trend of Gold Rate in Hyderabad for 2017 (24K Gold)

    Months First Day Last Day Highest Rate Lowest Rate Overall Monthly Performance Percentage Change
    January 2017 Rs.2,884 per gram Rs.2,985 per gram Rs.2,997 per gram from 16th to 27th January Rs.2,884 per gram on 1st & 3rd January Incline 3.50%
    February 2017 Rs.2,985 per gram Rs.3,054 per gram Rs.3,054 per gram from 24th to 28th February Rs.2,985 per gram on 1st February Incline 2.33%
    March 2017 Rs.3,054 per gram Rs.3,011 per gram Rs.3,054 per gram on 1st and 2nd March Rs.2,968 per gram on 15th of March Decline -1.40%
    April 2017 Rs.2,956 per gram Rs.2,984 per gram Rs.3,040 per gram on 15 & 16 April Rs.2,954 per gram on 8 & 9 April Incline 0.94%
    May 2017 Rs.2,984 per gram Rs.2,968 per gram Rs.2,984 per gram on 1 May Rs.2,888 per gram on 15 May Decline -0.53%
    June 2017 Rs.2,977 per gram Rs.2,962 per gram Rs.3,030 per gram on 7 June Rs.2,942 per gram on 20 June Decline -0.05%
    July 2017 Rs.2,950 per gram Rs.2,920 per gram Rs.2,950 per gram on 1 & 2 July Rs.2,800 per gram on 14 July Decline -1.01%
    August 2017 Rs.2,931 per gram Rs.2,965 per gram Rs.2,980 per gram on 29 August Rs.2,900 per gram from 5-8 August Incline 1.16%
    September 2017 Rs.2,997 per gram Rs.3,040 per gram Rs.3,100 per gram on 8 September Rs.2,997 per gram on 1 September Incline 1.43%
    October 2017 Rs.3,040 per gram Rs.2,996 per gram Rs.3,059 per gram on 14 and 15 October Rs.2,996 per gram on 31 October Decline -1.44%
    November 2017 Rs.2,974 per gram Rs.2,996 per gram Rs.3,030 per gram 18 to 20 November Rs.2,974 per gram on 1 and 6 November Incline 0.73%
    December 2017 Rs.2,982 per gram Rs.3,015 per gram Rs.3,015 per gram on 30 and 31 December Rs.2,906 per gram on 13 December Incline 1.10%

    Trend of Gold Rate in Hyderabad for 2016 (24K Gold)

    Months First Day Last Day Highest Rate Lowest Rate Overall Monthly Performance Percentage Change
    January 2016 Rs.2,601 per gram Rs.2,775 per gram Rs.2,789 per gram on January 27th and 28th Rs.2,601 per gram from January 1st to 3rd Incline 7.23%
    February 2016 Rs.2,775 per gram Rs.3,068 per gram Rs.3,068 per gram from February 27th to 29th Rs.2,775 per gram on 1st and 2nd of February Incline 10.56%
    March 2016 Rs.3,068 per gram Rs.2,989 per gram Rs.3,093 per gram from March 12th to 16th Rs.2,989 per gram from 22nd to 31st of March Decline -0.81%
    April 2016 Rs.2,989 per gram Rs.3,154 per gram Rs.3,154 per gram on April 30th Rs.2,989 per gram from April 1st to 11th Incline 5.52%
    May 2016 Rs.3,154 per gram Rs.3,018 per gram Rs.3,155 per gram from the 8th to 11th of May Rs.3,003 per gram on the 30th of May Decline -5.06%
    June 2016 Rs.3,038 per gram Rs.3,112 per gram Rs.3,192 per gram on June 27th and on June 29th Rs.3,015 per gram on 4th of June Incline 5.87%
    July 2016 Rs.3,112 per gram Rs.3,249 per gram Rs.3,246 per gram on 6th and 7th July Rs.3,112 per gram on 1st July Incline 4.40%
    August 2016 Rs.3,249 per gram Rs.3,225 per gram Rs.3,283 per gram on 18th August Rs.3,225 per gram on 31st August Decline -0.73%
    September 2016 Rs.3,212 per gram Rs.3,279 per gram Rs.3,285 per gram from 24th to 26th September Rs.3,212 per gram on 1st and 2nd September Incline 2.09%
    October 2016 Rs.3,152 per gram Rs.3,067 per gram Rs.3,152 per gram on 1st & 2nd October Rs.3,021 per gram on 15th & 16th October Decline -2.69%
    November 2016 Rs.3,065 per gram Rs.2,942 per gram Rs.3,166 per gram on 9th November Rs.2,914 per gram on 25th November Decline -4.01%
    December 2016 Rs.2,893 per gram Rs.2,821 per gram Rs.2,895 per gram on 2nd December Rs.2,767 per gram on 26th December Decline -2.48%

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    News About Hyderabad Gold Rate

    • Price of Gold drops by Rs.1,300 due to decreased local demand and global economic slowdown

      Gold prices struggled in the country on 11 September 2019 along with the price of silver which continued to fall. On MCX, gold futures recorded a marginal increase at Rs.38,580 per 10 grams but was down compared to last week’s Rs.39,885 per 10 grams.

      Silver futures on MCX also recorded a fall by 0.51% to Rs.47,640 per kg after the metal hit a high of Rs.51,489 per kg.

      Coming to the global market, gold traded at 0.2% higher on 9 September 2019 at $1,509.81 per ounce. This was mainly due to the resumption of trade talks between the United States of America and China which resulted in downward pressure on gold prices.

      Gold has come under pressure after failing to cross the $1,555 per ounce mark, however, analysts see a positive stance of the precious metal as the U.S.-China trade concerns and the global economic slowdown are far from over.

      According to reports, in India, dealers have been offering large discounts on gold and silver ahead of the festive period. However, local demand still appears to be slow. However, it will pick up between October to December which marks the festive period in the country.

      12 September 2019

    • Gold prices increased to more than $1,500 on August 20

      On 22 August 2019, gold prices rose to more than $1,500 after recovering from the previous session, where there was slide by over 1%. On 19 August 2019, spot-gold fell to a near one-week low by hitting $1,492.10. However, per ounce spot gold prices increased by 0.7% on 20 August 2019 to hit $1,505.68.

      Before Monday’s reduction, gold prices reached a six-year high earlier in the month due to the trade war concerns between the US and China. There were expectations for more cuts in the interest rates, therefore, the yield curve of the US inverted. This was the first time since 2007 that the yield curve inverted. According to Bob Haberkorn, RJO Futures senior market strategist, many investors in the US have been spooked since the yield curve inverted. The US Fed’s policy meeting, which was held on 21 August 2019, was scanned by many investors. There was pressure on bond yields and the dollar due to low-interest rates in the US. The main reason for the 1.2% drop in prices on 19 August 2019 was because of the shift towards assets that are riskier. The drop has been the biggest in over a month. However, so far this month, gold prices have increased by over $100, seeing a 17% gain.

      22 August 2019

    • Gold prices reach a record high

      In line with global gold prices, gold prices in India reached a record high on Wednesday. The All India Sarafa Association stated that on Wednesday, gold prices rose by Rs.150 to close at Rs.35,870 per 10 grams.

      In Delhi, gold of 99.9% purity and 99.5% purity gained Rs.150 each. Sovereign gold prices increased by Rs.100 and closed at Rs.27,500 per eight grams.

      Globally, gold prices increased on the expectation that major central banks would ease their monetary policies. Also pushing the price of gold further were the rising tensions in the Middle East – pushing more investors to buy bullion since it is a safe-haven investment.

      Slow economic growth has become a concern around the world and as a result, many major central banks have reviewed or are planning to review their monetary policy stance. Adding to tepid economic growth is the fear that an unplanned Brexit could further slowdown economic growth worldwide.

      One must wait to see how all of these factors will affect the prices of precious metals.

      25 July 2019

    • Growth Risks and Dovish Monetary Policy Bolster Gold

      Gold prices steadied after an early boost was pared by a rise in equities, though economic growth fears kept interest in bullion steady.

      Spot gold traded almost unchanged at $1,416.98 per ounce while U.S. gold futures traded 1% higher at $1,420.90 per ounce.

      Global market indices rose as expectations of a dovish monetary stance by the U.S. Fed Reserve grew due to weak economic growth.

      Gold prices dropped briefly but prices are slated to remain high as bullion’s safe-haven appeal stays consistent. The recent escalation in tensions between Iran and the United States as well as a drop in U.S. bond yields stoked uncertainty among investors.

      3 July 2019

    • Gold prices fall marginally as people look to U.S.–China trade talks

      U.S. President Donald Trump stated that a trade deal with China could be in the works. The U.S. President and the Chinese President are scheduled to meet this weekend.

      President Trump also stated that if the talks fell, he was prepared to impose tariffs on almost all remaining Chinese products.

      In the light of this news, holdings of SPDR Gold Trust (the world’s largest gold-backed exchange traded fund), fell by 0.22%. U.S. gold futures were 0.3% lower at $1,411 per ounce.

      According to a marketing strategist, if the talks between the United States and China fail, the support for gold could increase.

      A look at other precious metals showed that silver prices rose 0.1% higher to $15.25 per ounce, palladium rose to $1,527 per ounce, and platinum fell by 0.3% to close at $811.41.

      28 June 2019

    • Gold Rates Surge on Dovish Central Banks and U.S.-China Trade Worries

      Gold prices surged to a nearly 5-year high as the U.S. Federal Reserve indicated it might cut interest rates soon. Gold jumped by nearly 2.5% to $1,394.11 per ounce. U.S. gold futures soared by 3.6% to $1,397.70 per ounce, the highest since 2013.

      Sluggish economic growth due to the ongoing U.S.-China trade dispute has seen investors move towards safe-haven assets like bullion. With global central banks also adopting a more dovish tone, gold has seen steady support.

      The weakening U.S. dollar has also seen greater interest in bullion, which has pushed the Fed to adopt a more accommodative economic policy.

      20 June 2019

    • U.S.-China Trade Troubles Boost Gold Demand

      Fears of trade tensions between China and the U.S. worsening boosted demand for gold. The precious metal rose by 0.6% on the spot market to trade at $1,333.93 per ounce while U.S> gold futures climbed by 0.5% to $1,337.5 per ounce.

      With the U.S. toughening its stance on trade talks with China, global equity markets snapped a nearly week-long bull run. Gold had seen a significant drop in value the past week, falling to $1,319.35 per ounce before bouncing back this week.

      With U.S. jobs data also not meeting expectations, the possibility of an interest rate cut by the U.S. Federal Reserve grew. A rate cut would further boost bullion demand, since it supports gold by reducing the opportunity cost of non-yielding bullion.

      12 June 2019

    • Gold Rises as Dollar and Equities Slide

      Gold rates rose to their highest in close to a week as a slight drop in the dollar and equities renewed interest in bullion. Spot gold rose by 0.2% to trade at $1,276.93 per ounce but U.S. gold futures registered no change and remained at $1,279.70 per ounce.

      A drop in U.S. equities reflected losses across global stock markets on the back of surprisingly weak economic data from Germany and South Korea. Fears of a global economic downturn were revived as investors reduced risk appetites and moved back to the relative safety of bullion assets.

      Analysts anticipate gold could breach $1,284 per ounce if current projections remain equal, though the release of U.S. GDP data later this week could see the precious metal remain stagnant.

      25 April 2019

    • Gold Prices Slip on Weak Global Trend

      Gold rates reflected weak overseas trends and muted demand, falling steeply as jewellers reduced orders. The reversal came after the yellow metal’s price had risen by Rs.200 on the back on renewed hikes in crude oil prices due to tensions between the United States and Iran.

      Pure gold (99.9%) fell by Rs.100 to trade at Rs.32,770 for 10 grams while 99.5% purity gold traded at Rs.32,600 for 10 grams, also recording a loss of Rs.100. There was no change in the price of sovereign gold, which held steady at Rs.26,400 per 8 gram piece.

      On the international market, spot gold traded at $1,273.80 per ounce on reduced offtake, with silver also dropping as industrial demand fell.

      23 April 2019

    • Gold Rates Steadies as Stable Dollar Caps Safe-Haven Appeal

      Gold prices steadied as a firm U.S. dollar offset safe-haven bullion demand arising out of fears of a U.S. recession.

      Spot gold traded flat at $1,315.11 per ounce while U.S. gold futures slipped by 0.1% to $1.313.20 per ounce.

      Dropping U.S. Treasury bond yields have prompted a slight increase in hedging measures by investors, who fear an impending recession. A drop in U.S. homebuilding and weaker than expected economic data from the U.S. also fuelled recession fears.

      Among other precious metals, silver prices fell by 0.2% to $15.39 per ounce as the rising dollar reduced gains from regular silver industrial offtake.

      27 March 2019

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