The price of gold in the Nepali market fell by Rs 100 per tola on Thursday, according to market sources. The price of yellow metal in the domestic market has been set at Rs 91,700 a tola at the time of writing.
On Wednesday, gold was trading at Rs 91,800 per tola in the Indian market. According to the Federation of Nepal Gold and Silver Dealers’ Association, the price of standard gold on Sunday is Rs 91,200 per tola, down from the previous day’s price of Rs 91,300 per tola of Rs 91,300 per tola.
According to the Federation, the price of silver has increased by Rs 5 per tola, bringing it up to Rs 1,230 per tola (one tola). According to the Federation, the price of gold and silver in Nepal is fixed at the same level as the transaction price on the worldwide gold market.