Gold price in Pakistan today of 1 tola for 24 karats is 140,500. It has risen as compared to yesterday’s 1 Tola gold price for 24 karat that was 139,900. Likewise, 10-gram gold price in Pakistan today for 24 karats is 120,500. It has risen as compared to yesterday’s 10-gram gold price in Pakistan for 24 karat that was 119,900.
Here is the detailed table of gold rates in Pakistan today for 6th September 2022.
|Gold Rate||24k Gold||22k Gold|
|Per Tola Gold||Rs 140,500||Rs 128,827|
|Per 10 Gram Gold||Rs 120,500||Rs 110,458|
|Per Gram Gold||Rs 12,050||Rs 11,046|
Today, 1 Tola gold price in Pakistan today for 22 karats is 128,827. It has risen as compared to yesterday’s 1 Tola gold price in Pakistan for 22 karat that was 128,186. Likewise, 10-gram gold price in Pakistan today for 22 karats is 110,458. It has risen as compared to yesterday’s 10-gram gold price in Pakistan for 22 karat that was 109,908.
At UrduPoint, you can know the gold rate’s variation in different cities of Pakistan for 6th September 2022. See below the gold rate in Pakistan today 6th September 2022 in different cities.
|Location||24k per tola||24k 10g||22k per tola||22k 10g|
|Pakistan||Rs 140,500||Rs 120,500||Rs 128,827||Rs 110,458|
|Karachi||Rs 140,500||Rs 120,500||Rs 128,827||Rs 110,458|
|Lahore||Rs 140,500||Rs 120,500||Rs 128,827||Rs 110,458|
|Islamabad||Rs 140,500||Rs 120,500||Rs 128,827||Rs 110,458|
|Rawalpindi||Rs 140,500||Rs 120,500||Rs 128,827||Rs 110,458|
|Peshawar||Rs 140,500||Rs 120,500||Rs 128,827||Rs 110,458|
|Quetta||Rs 140,500||Rs 120,500||Rs 128,827||Rs 110,458|
|Sialkot||Rs 140,500||Rs 120,500||Rs 128,827||Rs 110,458|
Internationally Gold Climbs as Dollar Rally Stalls
Gold prices rose above $1,710 an ounce on Tuesday, recouping some losses after sliding for the past three weeks, as a stalling dollar and safe-haven buying driven by economic uncertainties boosted bullion demand.
The dollar’s relentless rally took a breather as traders took some profits and awaited speeches from Federal Reserve officials and policy decisions from other major central banks this week.
A deepening energy crisis in Europe following news that gas flows through the key Nord Stream 1 pipeline would not resume also reignited recession fears, pushing investors to rush for safer assets.
Meanwhile, gold is likely to remain under pressure as the Federal Reserve is expected to push ahead with aggressive interest rate hikes to combat high inflation.
The Reserve Bank of Australia also delivered its fourth straight 50 basis point rate increase on Tuesday, while the European and Canadian central banks are set to raise rates further later this week.
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