The price of gold dropped by about 2,000 rupees. The Bangladesh Jewelers Association (BAJUS) announced the price reduction on Tuesday night.
A week ago, the country’s jewelery traders announced an increase in gold prices. Then the price of all types of gold was increased by one thousand 963 rupees.
According to Bajus’ announcement, from Wednesday (January 13), the best quality (22 carat) gold will be sold at Tk 72,006 per gram (11.64 grams) in the country’s market. 21 carat gold will be sold at 69 thousand 518 rupees. 18 carat gold will be sold at 70,069 rupees. The traditional method of gold will be sold at 50 thousand 448 rupees per ounce.
Till Tuesday, the best quality gold was sold at 74,750 rupees. 21 carat gold has been sold at 61,500 rupees. 18 carat gold is sold at 72 thousand 752 rupees. The traditional gold price was 52 thousand 430 rupees.
Earlier, on December 1, the price of all types of gold was reduced by Tk 1,016. A week ago, 2,506 rupees was reduced in the filling. On October 15, however, the jewelers increased the filling by Tk 2,333. Last August, the price of gold in the country’s market rose to Rs 6,218 per ounce, which was a record in the history of Bangladesh.
(Dhaka Times / 12 January / ES)
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