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Gold prices continued this Thursday, October 14, 2021, in the evening, rising for the second day due to negative economic data, as the overall price of gold on the stock market rose in large numbers of up to 2%, due to the growing fears of inflation in the world’s largest economies and the price of gold in Egypt continued to In response to the global rise, the average price of gold of 21 carats, the most prevalent, recorded 782 pounds.
Al-Masry Al-Youm presents a bulletin of local and global gold prices, and indicators of its rise or fall, to clarify the vision of citizens who want to buy, sell or trade, either in Egypt or on the stock market international.
The gold division of Egypt announced this evening the prices of gold in jewelry stores, where 24-carat gold ranged from 894 to 896 pounds, and the price of gold from 21 carats ranged from 782 to 784 pounds and the price of gold. The 18-carat gold ranged from 670 to 672 kilos, without manufacture, which varies from place to place and from store to store, and ranges from 7% to 10%. , according to the type of caliber and the price of gold. the pound reached 6256 to 6272 pounds.
World gold prices continued this evening, rising for the second day in a row, after publishing several economic data that raised fears of stagflation in the US economy, and the price of gold during the day crossed the $ 1800 per ounce barrier, for the first time in several long and gold futures contracts, it was $ 1798.95 per ounce.
Gold prices in the financial markets continued to rise, this evening, at the end of trading and the price of 21 carat gold in the financial markets, at the time of writing the report, recorded 794.78 pounds and an ounce recorded $ 1,796.76. .
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