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Bullion Price Today: Yellow metal gains amid inflationary fears fueled by energy crisis - Buy MCX December Gold, Silver futures for gains
Brokerage firm Motilal Oswal expects MCX Gold Futures to trade in a higher range with resistance between Rs 47,230 and Rs 47,385 and support between Rs 46,925 and Rs 46,765. The Gold Futures were trading at Rs 47199 around this time
MCX December Gold and Silver futures were trading with a positive bias on Tuesday. While, the former was up by Rs 148 or 0.31 per cent per 10 gram around 2:50 pm, the latter was up almost 0.1 per cent and was trading with humble gains of Rs 56 per kg.
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The yellow metal was trading with a positive bias amid fears of inflation taking an uptrend due to energy crunch on a global scale. Asian shares dropped and Treasury yields held firm on Tuesday, Reuters reported.
Moreover, China Evergrande Group on Tuesday missed its third round of bond coupon payments in three weeks, intensifying market fears over contagion involving other property developers as a wall of debt payment obligations come due in the near-term, the report said further.
Gold is seen as a hedge against inflation and tumults in the global equity markets to add to its advantage.
Brokerage firm Motilal Oswal expects MCX Gold Futures to trade in a higher range with resistance between Rs 47,230 and Rs 47,385 and support between Rs 46,925 and Rs 46,765. The Gold Futures were trading at Rs 47199 around this time.
Expert Anuj Gupta, Vice President (VP), Commodity and Currency Research at IIFL Securities said. Buy gold at Rs 47,100 with a stop loss of Rs 46,800 and the target price of 47600.
Meanwhile, December Silver futures were trading at Rs 61,800 per kg around this time. He recommended a buy at Rs 61,600 with a stop loss at Rs 61000 and price target of Rs 63000 he international spot price of Gold was USD 1762 while that of Silver was USD 22.70.
Spot Gold has support at USD 1740-1725 while the resistance at USD 1775-1790, Motilal Oswal report said.
Meanwhile, Spot Silver has support at USD 22.35-22.05 while the resistance at USD 22.85-23.10.
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