New Delhi. The Indian stock market had started this week in a strong way after making a lot of gains last week, but today the atmosphere is looking somewhat negative. There was a tremendous jump in the prices of gold and silver also last week.
The Sensex once again crossed the 58 thousand mark after gaining a lot in four sessions and the wealth of investors also increased by more than Rs 12 lakh crore. However, today the market is looking under pressure and investors can go towards selling. Similarly, the price of gold can also come down after reaching the top of one month.
Gold became cheaper, silver also fell
A fall in the rates of gold and silver has been recorded in the bullion market on Monday. Ten grams of gold has become cheaper to Rs 51,947. At the same time, the rates of one kg of silver have also come down. Now it is selling for Rs 58,731. In the Delhi bullion market, gold prices on Monday fell by Rs 195 per 10 grams to close at Rs 51,947 per 10 grams. During the last trading session, gold had closed at Rs 52,142 per 10 grams in the Delhi bullion market. Silver prices closed at Rs 58,731 per kg after falling by Rs 223. During the last trading session, silver had closed at Rs 58,954 per kg in the Delhi bullion market.
Crude oil reaching $105
In the global market, the price of Brent crude has once again reached around $ 100. Earlier, Brent crude had reached below $100 after about three months. In the last 24 hours, there has been a big decline in the price of Brent crude and it has reached $ 100.2 per barrel, while the price of WTI is running at $ 94.05 per barrel.
Inquiry counters will no longer be available at stations
The Ministry of Railways has taken a big decision on Monday. Under the decision, the name of the inquiry counter in the stations has been changed. The name of these counters will now be ‘Sahyog’ (SAHYOG). Here the traveler can get help. Railway Board has issued orders related to this to all zonal railways. An order related to this has been issued by the Ministry of Railways today. Orders have been sent to all GMs of all Indian Railways. This order has been issued by Neeraj Sharma, Executive Director, Passenger Marketing, Railway Board.