On Friday, gold prices in Pakistan experienced a notable uptick, mirroring the global surge in rates. 

The precious metal attained a value of Rs216,500 per tola, marking a substantial single-day increase of Rs2,200. 

As reported by the All Pakistan Gems and Jewellers Sarafa Association (APGJSA), the 10-gramme gold reached Rs185,614, reflecting a rise of  Rs1,886. 


This shift follows a decline of Rs500 in gold prices on Thursday, settling at Rs214,300 per tola. 

According to APGJSA, the international gold rate exhibited a $20 increment on Friday, reaching $2,006 with a $20 premium. In comparison, the previous day witnessed a closing rate of $1,986. 

In contrast, silver prices remained steady at Rs2,550 per tola on the same day, exhibiting resilience in the face of fluctuations observed in the gold market.