Indian spot gold markets remain shut due to countrywide lockdown: HDFC Securities

Spot gold markets in India remained shut due to countrywide lockdown to prevent spreading of COVID19 virus infections, it said.

Press Trust of India March 30, 2020 18:07:12 IST
Indian spot gold markets remain shut due to countrywide lockdown: HDFC Securities

New Delhi: The Indian spot gold markets remained shut on Monday due to countrywide lockdown to control COVID-19 , according to HDFC Securities.

The country is undergoing a 21-day lockdown since last week.

Spot gold markets in India remained shut due to countrywide lockdown to prevent spreading of COVID19 virus infections, it said.

Meanwhile, in the international market, gold and silver were trading lower at $1,619 per ounce and $13.98 per ounce, respectively.

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