Gold Rate in Mangalore

21st Apr 2019

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Today MCX gold price in rupees per 10 grams.

Today gold price in Mangalore is 31930 rupees per 10 grams
(10 grams = 1 tola gold)

22 Carat Gold
Rs. 30150
24 Carat Gold
Rs. 31930

22 Carat & 24 Carat Gold Rate in Mangalore Per Gram (INR)

  22-Carat 24-Carat Change(%)
Yesterday 3015.00 3193.00 0 %
Today 3017.00 3195.00 0 %

Today 24 Carat Gold Price per gram in Mangalore (INR)

Gram 24 Carat Gold Yesterday24 Carat Gold Today Daily Price Change
1 Gram Rs 3193.00Rs 3195.00
8 Gram Rs 25544Rs 25560
10 Gram Rs 31930Rs 31950
100 Gram Rs 319300Rs 319500

Today 22 Carat Gold Price per gram in Mangalore (INR)

Gram 22 Carat Gold Yesterday22 Carat Gold Today Daily Price Change
1 Gram Rs 3015.00Rs 3017.00
8 Gram Rs 24120Rs 24136
10 Gram Rs 30150Rs 30170
100 Gram Rs 301500Rs 301700

Today Gold Rate in Mangalore

The residents of Mangalore just need an excuse to indulge in gold. They buy gold jewelry for propitious occasions, religious festivals, weddings, etc. During the time of Dhanteras and Akshaya Tritiya, you will find long queues outside every jewelry store. Gold is also a good investment.

Gold rates in Mangalore keep changing depending on national and global factors. Some of these factors include oil prices, demand and supply, imports, tariffs and strength of the dollar. The price of gold reached a 4-year low in India. According to business experts, gold prices in Mangalore are not likely to increase in the near future. 

Rural India is responsible for most of the gold demand in India. 60% of this demand is during the wedding season. Since more than 45% of India’s population is below 25 years of age, several weddings are predicted to take place which will make the gold demand soar.

22 & 24 Carat Gold Rate in Mangalore for Last 10 Days

Year
STANDARD GOLD 22K
1 GRAM 10 GRAM
PURE GOLD 24K
1 GRAM 10 GRAM
21 April 2019 Rs. 3015.00 Rs. 30150 Rs. 3193.00 Rs. 31930
20 April 2019 Rs. 3017.00 Rs. 30170 Rs. 3195.00 Rs. 31950
19 April 2019 Rs. 3017.00 Rs. 30170 Rs. 3195.00 Rs. 31950
18 April 2019 Rs. 3016.00 Rs. 30160 Rs. 3194.00 Rs. 31940
17 April 2019 Rs. 3016.00 Rs. 30160 Rs. 3194.00 Rs. 31940
16 April 2019 Rs. 3016.00 Rs. 30160 Rs. 3194.00 Rs. 31940
15 April 2019 Rs. 3053.00 Rs. 30530 Rs. 3231.00 Rs. 32310
14 April 2019 Rs. 3053.00 Rs. 30530 Rs. 3231.00 Rs. 32310
13 April 2019 Rs. 3053.00 Rs. 30530 Rs. 3231.00 Rs. 32310

Comparison of 22 K & 24 K Gold Rates in Mangalore

Historical Price of Gold Rate in Mangalore

Gold Price in Mangalore

What is the Importance of Gold in Mangalore?

The coastal city of Mangalore, Karnataka is known for two things- its appetite for delicious fish delicacies and its love for gold. Mangalore has many jewelry shops and showrooms including well-known national brands’ branches as well as several local jewelers, with the goldsmith profession being one of the oldest in this city.

Why do People in Mangalore Invest in Gold?

This affinity towards the yellow metal is evidenced by the long queues outside the jewelry shops on auspicious occasions such as Dhanteras, Akshaya Tritiya and so on. Such crowds are also seen during festivals and wedding seasons.

The citizens of Mangalore consider Gold as the most prudent investment and saving option.  This is because Gold’s inherent value allows it to act as a hedge against inflation and depreciation which reduces the value of other assets.

What are the Factors Affecting Price of Gold in Mangalore?

The Gold Prices in Mangalore depend on a multitude of domestic and international factors. India imports gold and pays for it according to the price of gold in the international market, leading to major foreign exchange outflow. This outflow is also dependent upon the dollar-rupee currency exchange rates. The US Dollar and Gold prices in Mangalore, rest of India and in fact the rest of the world are psychologically related and re inversely proportional. This means that a stronger dollar leads to lower gold prices and vice versa. Domestic tariffs and duties further impact the calculation of Mangalore’s gold price.

Gold prices fell by a composite 28% ever since the bull run of gold ended in 2013. Mangalore’s gold prices touched a four-year low in India and a Five year low globally. IN 2017, the gold prices are likely to continue the descent.