New Delhi, April 26
Gold costs have been up zero.08 per cent to Rs 31,937 per 10 gram in futures commerce on Friday as speculators raised their bets amid a agency international pattern.
On the Multi Commodity Alternate, gold contract for supply in June was buying and selling increased by Rs 26 or zero.08 per cent, at Rs 31,937 per 10 gram with a enterprise turnover of 13,819 tons.
The yellow steel for supply in August gained Rs 36 or zero.11 per cent, to commerce at Rs 32,116 per 10 gram in 9,043 tons.
Market analysts attributed the rise in gold costs to optimistic international cues.
Globally, gold was buying and selling zero.48 per cent increased at USD 1,281.90 an oz in Singapore. PTI