Gold rate in Jamshedpur
gold rate in jamshedpur

24K Gold/ 10gm
57,910.00
0.00(0.00%)
22K Gold/ 10gm
55,150.00
0.00(0.00%)

Last updated on: 3th Feb 2023 10:00 AM

Jamshedpur, also called “India’s Steel City" or “Tatanagar,” is the largest city in Jharkhand’s East Singhbhum district. This city got its name from the renowned industrialist - Jamsetji Nasarwanji Tata. It is the 3rd most-populous city in Jharkhand and has been selected as a UN Global Compact City.


This economically vibrant city has become an important place for the gold trade. The demand for gold shoots up significantly during festivals, weddings and auspicious occasions like Akshaya Tritiya.
Whether you want to buy physical gold or any other alternative, you must keep track of gold prices in Jamshedpur. This will help you time the market better and buy gold at the best price.

22K & 24K Gold Rates Per Gram in Jamshedpur

24K
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GramYesterdayToday
1gm
5,791.00
0.00 (0.00%)
5,791.00
0.00 (0.00%)
8gm
46,328.00
0.00 (0.00%)
46,328.00
0.00 (0.00%)
10gm
57,910.00
0.00 (0.00%)
57,910.00
0.00 (0.00%)
100gm
5,79,100.00
0.00 (0.00%)
5,79,100.00
0.00 (0.00%)

Why does the Gold Rate Fluctuate in Jamshedpur?

High Demand During Festivities and Weddings

People usually buy physical gold in the city during festivals (like Akshaya Tritiya, Dhanteras and Diwali) and wedding occasions because they consider buying gold auspicious. During these seasons, the demand for gold shoots up significantly. Due to excess demand, gold prices also increase during this time.

Purity of Gold

Different levels of purity affect the price of gold. As the percentage of pure gold drops, the price also drops.

The price of 24-karat gold (99.9% purity), the purest form of gold, is always higher than other levels of purity, such as 22-karat gold (91.67% purity) and 18-karat gold (75% purity).

International Markets

The majority of nations are now intricately linked through various supply chains and trade routes. Global markets are impacted by political decisions made in various nations. The world gold market operates similarly. The price of gold frequently fluctuates in international markets, which impacts the gold prices in Jamshedpur.

For instance, when internal problems arise in the biggest gold producers in the world, such as China, Australia, Russia, and South Africa, Jamshedpur's gold market is affected in a similar way.

Gold Reserves held by the Central Bank

The Indian government holds gold reserves. It can purchase or sell gold through the Reserve Bank of India based on its policies (RBI). The price of gold may change depending on whether the RBI buys or sells gold. So, if you're wondering why gold prices are rising in India at any given time, you should also take a look at government purchases and sales.

Inflation

Economic uncertainty increases when an economy experiences high inflation. During such times, people tend to invest in gold. This is because gold is considered a hedge against inflation, owing to its reputation of yielding time-tested returns.

Gold is regarded as a store of value and can preserve wealth in the long run, especially during economic and political uncertainty. Thus, a rise in inflation causes gold prices to rise too.

Historical gold rates in Jamshedpur in last 10 days

1 gram
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Day24K Gold22K Gold
04 Feb 2023
5,791.00
0.00 (0.00%)
5,515.00
0.00 (0.00%)
03 Feb 2023
5,791.00
0.00 (0.00%)
5,515.00
0.00 (0.00%)
02 Feb 2023
5,791.00
89.00 (1.57%)
5,515.00
85.00 (1.57%)
01 Feb 2023
5,702.00
27.00 (0.48%)
5,430.00
25.00 (0.47%)
31 Jan 2023
5,675.00
-16.00 (-0.28%)
5,405.00
-15.00 (-0.27%)
30 Jan 2023
5,691.00
0.00 (0.00%)
5,420.00
0.00 (0.00%)
29 Jan 2023
5,691.00
0.00 (0.00%)
5,420.00
0.00 (0.00%)
28 Jan 2023
5,691.00
16.00 (0.29%)
5,420.00
15.00 (0.28%)
27 Jan 2023
5,675.00
-63.00 (-1.09%)
5,405.00
-60.00 (-1.09%)
26 Jan 2023
5,738.00
42.00 (0.74%)
5,465.00
40.00 (0.74%)

Impact of GST on Gold Rates in Jamshedpur

 

The Goods and Service Tax (GST) was introduced in the year 2017. This removed charges like Value-Added Tax (VAT), which amounted to 1.2%.

 

Now, you have to pay 3% GST on all gold purchases. Additionally, you have to pay 5% GST on the making charges of moulding raw gold into jewellery and ornaments.

Three types of import duties are also applicable to gold imports to India -

  • Customs Duty - 12.5%
  • Agriculture Infrastructure and Development Cess (AIDC) - 2.5%
  • Social Welfare Surcharge - 10% of Customs Duty

When all these taxes and charges are added to your gold bill, the total cost rises significantly.

Weekly & monthly gold rate in Jamshedpur
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Alternatives to Investing in Physical Gold

 

Although most people tend to invest in physical gold such as jewellery, coins, bars and bullion, numerous new options have now cropped up on the market. These alternatives also prevent the hassle of storing physical gold and keeping it secure against theft or loss.

 

The top 5 alternatives to physical gold are:

  1. Sovereign Gold Bonds (SGBs):
    Government securities called SGBs are valued in grammes of gold. They serve as alternatives to holding actual gold. The issue price for investors must be paid in cash, and the bonds must be redeemed in cash when they reach maturity. The Reserve Bank issues the Bond on behalf of the Government of India.
  2. Gold Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs):
    Newer investment strategies, like gold mutual funds, ETFs, and derivatives, are paving the way past more established ones, like buying gold jewellery and other traditional gold investments. ETFs can be bought and sold quickly and without any problems with liquidity because they can be traded on the stock market.
  3. Gold Mutual Funds:
    Gold funds are one of the many types of mutual fund investments that are made directly or indirectly in gold reserves. Investing is typically done in gold-related stocks, physical gold, and gold-producing and -distribution syndicates.
  4. Gold Futures:
    Gold futures are exchange-traded contracts in which a buyer agrees to buying a specific amount of the commodity at a predetermined price at a future date.

Trend of Gold rates in Jamshedpur

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Day24K Gold22K Gold
01 February 202357025430
07 February 202300
Highest57915515
Lowest57025430

How is the Purity of Gold Evaluated in Jamshedpur?

Gold is valuable only when it is pure. There are instances where customers are duped with impure gold. Hence, confirming the purity of gold is crucial.

The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) is a government authority that certifies the purity of gold. According to BIS, the following factors are to be kept in mind when buying gold.

  1. BIS Mark

    Jewellery hallmarked by BIS will have a BIS logo on it. Remember that since BIS is the only authorized laboratory in India for gold certification.

  2. Karat

    Karat is a scale to gauge gold's purity. While 24 karat gold is the purest, it is too soft for use. Hence, other metals are added and the gold available in the market is often 22 Karat.

  3. Jewellers Identification Mark

    The gold you buy should also carry an identification mark by an authorized jeweller. This helps ensure the gold is from a credible source. The mark can also be helpful in the case of disputes.

FAQs of Gold price in Jamshedpur

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