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11 March 2022 Friday The price of gold in Tunisia

Gold prices fell today in Tunisia on Friday, March 11, 2022, which coincides with the fall of the yellow metal in world markets.

Gold prices in Tunisia today

The price of a gram of 24 carat gold in Tunisia fell to about 185.93 dinars ($ 63.09) during the evening trade.

The price of a gram of 21 carat gold (the most traded in the market) in Tunisia fell to about 162.70 dinars ($ 55.21) this evening.

The price of a gram of 18 carat gold in the evening trade in Tunisia was about 139.45 dinars ($ 47.32).

Based on economic gold transactions in Tunisia, the price of 14-carat gold fell by about 108.46 dinars ($ 36.80) a gram.

Gold price per ounce and pound in Tunisia

The price of an ounce of gold fell to about 5,783 thousand dinars ($ 1962) during trading in Tunisia this evening.

This evening, the price of a pound of gold (8 grams 21 carats) in Tunisia fell to 1302 dinars ($ 441.66).

Gold prices internationally today

Gold fell on Friday, rising overnight on the basis of data indicating a sharp rise in US Treasury yields, but prices continued to move towards a second weekly gain as no progress was made in the negotiations between Russia and Ukraine.

Gold fell 0.6% to $ 1984.91 an ounce (one ounce) on spot spot trading within 0615 GMT. US gold futures fell 0.6% to $ 1989.20.

“Trade will again be war-oriented,” said Stephen Innes, managing partner of SBI Asset Management. “But if there’s no increase at the war front, it’s the Federal Open Market Committee that weighs the sentiments. Be very vulture.” The market is a little higher than you think now.

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Gold is more sensitive to higher US interest rates because it increases the potential cost of owning a non-yielding metal.

Among other precious metals, palladium rose 0.2% to $ 2,933.67 an ounce. The metal hit an all-time high of $ 3,440.76 on Monday, supported by fears of supply disruptions from its largest producer, Russia.

Silver was down 0.9% at $ 25.64 an ounce and platinum was down 0.7% at $ 1061.23, the biggest weekly loss since November.