Gold price jumps by Tk. 2333 per Tola
Gold prices rose again in the country's market. Bangladesh Jewelers Association (BAJUS) has decided to increase the price by Tk. 2,333 per Tola. The new price will be effective from tomorrow Saturday (November 13).
The information was given in a circular signed by Bajus president Enamul Haque Khan and general secretary Dilip Kumar Agarwala on Friday (November 12).
Gold prices have been volatile in the world market for a long time due to the economic crisis caused by Corona and various complex equations, the statement said. Meanwhile, oil prices have risen abnormally in the international market, which has also affected the country's market.
Besides, the price of gold has also gone up in the world market and in the domestic bullion / poddar market due to low supply against demand. Considering the overall situation, according to the decision of Bangladesh Jewelers Association (BAJUS), the price of gold and silver has been re-fixed in the market of Bangladesh from 13 November 13.
According to the new price, the price of the best quality or 22 carat per Tola (11.664 grams) gold has been Tk. 74,300 . The price of 21 carat heavy gold is Tk. 71,150 and 18 carat heavy gold is Tk. 62,402.
However, the price of gold has come down to Tk. 52,080 per traditional method. At present the price of 22 carat gold is Tk. 71, 0967, 21 carat gold is Tk. 68,818, 18 carat gold is Tk. 60,070 and the traditional method is Tk. 49,747.
Although the price of gold has increased, the previous price of silver has remained the same. The price of 22 carat heavy silver has been fixed at one thousand 518 rupees. Besides, the price of 21 carat silver has been fixed at Tk. 1,435, 18 carat silver at Tk. 1,225 and traditional method of silver at Tk. 933.