Gold prices fell by ₹70 on Tuesday mainly due to slowing demand from local jewellers and muted global cues
New Delhi: Gold prices today fell by ₹ 70 mainly due to slowing demand from local jewellers and muted global cues. Gold rates in global markets remained steady near two-month high as risk-averse investors sought refuge in the metal amid rising political tensions and economic uncertainty. In Delhi, gold rate of 99.9% fell by ₹ 70 to ₹ 32,180 per 10 gram, while 99.5% purity lost ₹ 80 to ₹ 32,020 per 10 gram, reported PTI. The yellow metal had gained₹ 200 Monday. Sovereign gold remained steady at ₹ 24,700 per piece of 8 gram.