The price of a gram of gold in Egypt recorded 3,170 pounds for 21 karat at the beginning of today’s trading

We publish Gold prices today In Egypt, at the beginning of trading today, Sunday, coinciding with the weekly holiday for goldsmiths and the stability of all calibers circulating in the market, the main caliber 21 recorded levels of 3170 pounds per gram without manufacturing.

Gold prices today:

24 karat records 3623 pounds.

21 caliber records 3170 pounds.

18 karat weighs 2717 pounds.

14 karat weighs 2113 pounds.

The gold pound is 25,360 pounds.

World price of gold

to attest gold The global market performed exceptionally last week, with the global price of an ounce of gold rising to its highest historical level after a rising wave that continued for 8 consecutive sessions without correction, taking advantage of changing expectations in the markets to indicate increasing chances of an interest rate cut by the US Federal Bank in light of the weak data issued by the United States of America. .

The price of an international ounce rose last week by 4.6%, amounting to $97, to record the highest historical level at $2,195 per ounce. Gold closed the week’s trading at $2,179 per ounce, and had opened trading at $2,082 per ounce.

And he was able gold Recording an increase for the third week in a row, recording the highest weekly increase in 5 months, thus increasing since the beginning of March by 6.6% to gain $135, according to Gold Bellion’s technical analysis.

Gold’s record high today came after the US jobs report data showed an increase in the unemployment rate in the United States during the month of February by 3.9%, higher than expectations and the previous reading of 3.7%.

On the other hand, the number of new jobs increased last month to 275 thousand jobs compared to the previous reading of 229 thousand, while expectations indicated an increase of 198 thousand.

Despite the rise in the number of new jobs higher than expectations, the impact was negative on the dollar due to the rise in the unemployment rate, in addition to the decline in the average wage index to 0.1% from 0.5%, which is the index used to measure the inflation rate.

The dollar index, which measures its performance against a basket of 6 major currencies, fell last week to its lowest level in 7 months, recording a 1% decline last week. The yield on 10-year government bonds also fell by 2.5%, recording a 5-week low at 4.038. %.

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