Gold prices expected to remain steady amid weakness in rupee, onset of festive season


However, the trajectory could swiftly change. The moment the US Federal Reserve hints at a potential pause in its rate hikes or even the possibility of an interest rate cut, gold prices are likely to surge, the analyst said.

With the rupee showing signs of weakness against the dollar and the festive season in India just around the corner, investors should consider capitalising on the positive trend in gold.

The robust festive demand in India is poised to maintain a stable gold price. For investors seeking to accumulate gold, a strategic entry point lies between the current levels of Rs 58,500 and Rs 57,000 (per 10 gm), the analyst said.

Taking these factors into account, investors can reasonably project an optimistic outlook for gold, foreseeing price levels in the range of Rs 61,000 to Rs 62,000 by the close of the year. It’s a strategic move that aligns with both the weakening rupee and the traditional buoyancy of the festive season in India, Trivedi said.



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