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Gold Rate/Price in Odisha Today

Gold Buying Price Today Odisha - Find Odisha Gold Selling and Buying Price Today include 1gm gold rate, 8gram gold rate, 22 carat gold and 24 carat gold at liccalculatorpremium.com.

Date
Standard Gold (22 K)
Pure Gold (24 K)
1 Gram
8 Gramss
1 Gram
8 Grams
15 Oct 2017
₹ 2,860
₹ 22,880
₹ 3,059
₹ 24,472
14 Oct 2017
₹ 2,860
₹ 22,880
₹ 3,059
₹ 24,472
13 Oct 2017
₹ 2,838
₹ 22,704
₹ 3,035
₹ 24,280
12 Oct 2017
₹ 2,845
₹ 22,760
₹ 2,842
₹ 22,736
11 Oct 2017
₹ 2,836
₹ 22,688
₹ 3,033
₹ 24,264
10 Oct 2017
₹ 2,836
₹ 22,688
₹ 3,033
₹ 24,264
09 Oct 2017
₹ 2,830
₹ 22,640
₹ 3,027
₹ 24,216
08 Oct 2017
₹ 2,821
₹ 22,568
₹ 3,017
₹ 24,136
07 Oct 2017
₹ 2,821
₹ 22,568
₹ 3,017
₹ 24,136
06 Oct 2017
₹ 2,801
₹ 22,408
₹ 2,997
₹ 23,976

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Gold rates in Odisha depend on the several factors, including but not limited to, quantum of India’s gold imports, supply, demand and price fluctuations in world markets among others. The government of India raises import duties on the yellow metal to reduce the current account deficit. The price of the yellow metal touched a 4-year low in India this year. Gold was one of the major non-performing assets over the past two years in India. According to experts, gold prices are expected to slide further in the coming few months in anticipation of an interest rate hike in the US in September this year.

Odisha has rich mineral deposits. A survey conducted by GSI, few years ago, revealed presence of gold in several districts in Odisha, namely, such as Mayurbhanj, Koraput, Malkangiri and Nabarangpur. Given that India imports almost all of its Gold, port towns in Odisha tend to have slightly lower prices compared to cities. Gold is widely used during festive occasions and weddings with jewellery stores displaying a variety of traditional designs. There have been reports of many customers putting off their plans to buy the yellow metal in anticipation of a further drop in gold rates.