Gold prices in Pakistan continued to rise as the Pakistani currency fell deeper versus the US dollar, pushing the precious metal to a high of Rs143,600 per tola.

The price of gold per tola increased by Rs1,950 per tola, as per the All Sindh Sarafa Jewellers Association (ASSJA). Moreover, the price per 10 gramme jumped by Rs1,672 to Rs123,114.

Following yesterday’s gain of Rs1,950 per tola, the gold price has risen by Rs5,250 in the last four days (Friday-Tuesday).


During the current economic crisis, gold has resurfaced as a secure investment, and consumers have been eagerly buying gold to preserve their savings against inflation.

The rupee’s collapse, which reached an all-time low of Rs201.41 versus the US dollar in the interbank market, compelled the gold trading body to drastically raise the bullion price.

The price of yellow metal fell by $4 per ounce on the international market to settle at $1,858. When compared to the Dubai market, gold prices in Pakistan are roughly Rs1,500 lower.