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Gold prices rise two pounds at the beginning of the week and the price of 21 pounds to 633 pounds per gram

Gold prices on Monday (March 25th, 2019) recorded an increase of two pounds, with 21-gauge gold, the most popular in Egypt, at 633 pounds per gram so far.

The rise in the price of gold in Egypt came as a result of the rise of the price of ounces of gold globally by 1.2% to rise the ounce to 1318 dollars so far.

Gold prices in Egypt are as follows:

Caliber 18: 542.57 pounds.

Caliber 21: 633 pounds.

Caliber 24: 723 pounds.

Pound Gold: 5064 pounds.

The ounce: $ 1318

Gold prices in Egypt The past few days have witnessed a significant decline as a result of the decline in the dollar rate in banks and official banks in Egypt, but the increase in world prices pushed gold to rise in Egypt.

The "seventh day" service for readers and follow-up updates periodically and immediately to win the prices of all different prices in the gold market in Egypt.

Gold prices in Egypt are subject to supply and demand as well as change with the rise or fall in the global market as well as directly related to the dollar prices in the market parallel to the dollar and the banking market.

Gold prices in Egypt may witness some slight variation in the price of different calibrations in different governorates of Egypt. This difference in the price of gold may be 50 piasters or one pound.


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