Gold-silver (Gold Rates Today) rates have seen a decline today. The futures trading in gold fell by Rs 297.00 to Rs 48,846.00 on the Multi Commodity Exchange this morning. Apart from this, the futures trade of silver was trading at Rs 66,130.00 level with a fall of Rs 405.00. Let’s check the latest rates of gold and silver in the country’s capital –
Gold price slipped in the international market Talking about the gold price in the international market, today there is a decline here too. In the US, gold is trading at a rate of $ 1,846.20 per ounce, falling by $ 7.71. Also, silver is trading at $ 25.33, with a decline of $ 0.13.
Continuation will continue in 2021 Let us tell you that in the year 2021, the price of gold can see a rise in the price of gold. According to experts, this year the price of gold can reach 63000 rupees per 10 grams. This year, the rates of gold can continue to be great. In the year 2020, there was a lot of strength in gold.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Tuesday that the Indian economy will jump strongly in the next financial year and grow at a record 11.5 per cent. The IMF said that amid the epidemic, India will be the only country in the major economies to achieve double-digit growth rates.
The World Economic Outlook update released on Tuesday by the IMF forecasts a rapid recovery in the Indian economy, while the country’s economy suffered a record decline due to the Corona epidemic in 2020 and is projected to contract 8 per cent.
The IMF has stated that the Indian economy will grow at 11.5 per cent in 2021 and it will be the only country in large economies to have double digits. The next number is from China, for which the pace is estimated at 8.1 per cent. This is followed by Spain (5.9%) and France (5.5%).
Revising its estimate for 2020, the IMF said that the Indian economy may contract by 8 per cent. Only China’s growth rate in large countries can remain positive (2.3%). The IMF also said that in 2022 India can grow at a pace of 6.8 per cent, while China can grow at 5.6 per cent. According to the latest IMF estimates, India will achieve the title of the world’s fastest-growing economy twice.