On Thursday, the domestic market witnessed a rise in the per tola rate of 24 karat gold, with an increment of Rs200. 

According to the All Sindh Sarafa Jewellers Association, the price for 10 grammes of 24 karat gold also surged by Rs200, reaching Rs216,300.

Additionally, both the per tola and 10-gramme silver prices experienced an increase of Rs171, reaching Rs185,442.


Internationally, the cost of gold rose by $5, reaching $2052. At 0942 GMT, spot gold exhibited a 0.4 per cent increase, reaching $2,031.83 per ounce.

Simultaneously, US gold futures demonstrated a 0.4 per cent rise, reaching $2,036.60.

In other markets, silver saw a 0.6 per cent increase, reaching $23.01 per ounce, palladium gained 0.9 per cent, reaching $1,007.80, and platinum exhibited a 0.2 per cent rise, reaching $920.58.