In a notable shift in the domestic market, the price of gold has experienced a decrease of Rs 400 per tola on Thursday, according to the Federation of Nepal Gold and Silver Dealers’ Association.
As of today, the yellow metal is being traded at Rs 118,000 per tola, marking a decrease from its Wednesday rate of Rs 118,400 per tola. Similarly, tejabi gold is now priced at Rs 117,450 per tola, down from its previous rate of Rs 117,850 per tola.
Contrastingly, silver prices have seen a modest rise of Rs 20, bringing the current trading value to Rs 1,400 per tola.
Investors and market observers are closely monitoring these fluctuations as they navigate the ever-changing dynamics of the precious metals market in Nepal.