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Today’s silver rate across all major cities in India
24 Jan 2021
( Per Gram )
Silver Rates In Mumbai for Last 90 Days
Trend of Silver Rate in Mumbai for October 2020 (Rates per gram for 1Gram / 1Kg Silver)
Trend of Silver Rate in Mumbai for November 2020 (Rates per gram for 1Gram / 1Kg Silver)
Trend of Silver Rate in Mumbai for December 2020 (Rates per gram for 1Gram / 1Kg Silver)
Trend of Silver Rate in Mumbai for January 2021 (Rates per gram for 1Gram / 1Kg Silver)
Trend of Silver Rate in Mumbai for September 2020 (Rates per gram for 1Gram / 1Kg Silver)
Trend of Silver Rate in Mumbai for August 2020 (Rates per gram for 1Gram / 1Kg Silver)
Trend of Silver Rate in Mumbai for July 2020 (Rates per gram for 1Gram / 1Kg Silver)
Mumbai is named as the maximum city of the country. It is home to millions of citizens and is the driving force and the focal point for the economic activities of the country. It is therefore rightly referred to as the financial capital of India.
Mumbai is home to a huge demand for all precious metals like silver gold, platinum as well as precious stones. Silver and gold among the other precious metals has traditionally occupied a special place in the Mumbai market and has been traded since centuries.
The price of silver has seen a steady increase since the 2008 financial crisis that rocked the entire world. Gold and silver have since then been considered to be a stable and safer mode of investment and the prices of these metals has consistently increased over the years. The current scenario has also seen a steady increase in these metal prices and has become a great source of investment not only for retail investors but also for seasoned traders who regularly trade in the market.
Demand for silver in the city of dreams is not only for personal use but also for commercial and industrial use. Silver is also used heavily in the fashion industry among the commercial uses of this metal. You can find all the key details related to buying silver as well as silver rates in Mumbai on this page.
The rates of silver in Mumbai are dependent on many factors. These rates change on a daily basis and the customers, therefore, have to track the prices daily to get the best rates and then buy the commodity at the most appropriate time.
The rates of silver in Mumbai are mentioned below.
Daily Silver Rates in Mumbai
Silver Rate – 10 Gram (Rs.)
Silver Rate – 100 Gram (Rs.)
Silver Rate – 1 KG (Rs.)
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Silver can be purchased in retail as well as bulk quantities as mentioned above. The rates of silver are measured on the basis of per gram, per 10 gram, per 100 gram or per kg. The lowest price and the highest price of silver in the month of October 2020 was Rs. 60,200 per kg and Rs. 63,800 per kg respectively.
Silver can be bought in many forms depending on the purpose of purchase. Silver bought with the intent of investing is usually bought in the form of silver coins or silver bars or silver bullions. These forms of silver ensure the maximum resale value and maximum returns on the investment made by the seller. Silver coins can be bought for as low as 1 gram weight or in multiples of 1 kg or 10 kg bars. Silver coins are the most popular form of investment even in case of retail investors as they are easily available through authorized dealers and banks as well as can be readily sold to them or even given the form of gifts or tokens.
Silver can also be traded on the commodity market and can be purchased in contracts through the two available exchanges for the same namely, the MCX and the NCDEX. The base weight for such contracts is generally in the size of 1 kg. These contracts are not in the nature of spot contracts and hence cannot be delivered immediately upon sale.
When silver is purchased for personal use, it is usually in the form of silver jewellery or silver household items.
Purity of silver is considered to be of utmost importance while purchasing silver whether for personal use or investment purposes. The purity of silver is established by various markings on the metal that assures the authenticity and purity of the metal. It ensures the customer that the price paid by the customer for the silver is of the grade or purity as disclosed by the seller.
The various grades of purity that can be allotted to silver are tabled below
The various forms of markings that are found on silver are,
There are various points to be considered while making purchasing silver. These factors not only influence the buying decisions of the customers but also affect the prices of the metal in many cases.
The details of such factors are mentioned below
Daily rates of Silver
The rates of silver are constantly changing on a daily basis. Hence, in order to get the best prices for silver, the customer has to keep track of the daily prices of silver in their city or state and the trend followed by the metal.
Form of silver to be purchased
The form of silver to be purchased is also an important consideration while making the purchase decision. It is important from the perspective of buying silver for personal use or investment. In case silver is bought for personal use, the form of silver can be anything like jewellery or coins or household items. In case of investment related purchases, the best form in which silver can be purchased is either coins or bars or bullions. That will ensure that the investors get the maximum returns on their investment in silver.
Quantity of silver to be purchased
The quantity of silver to be purchased also is another factor to be considered at the time making the purchase decision. The quantity is dependent on the purpose of purchase.
Mode of transaction
The mode of transaction refers to the mode through which silver is bought i.e. through registers and authorized dealers and sellers or banks or online e-commerce websites. Customers have to ensure that they get genuine products with verified purity in order to get the best resale value of silver.
Proper certification is also necessary at the time of purchasing silver as it ensures the customer of the genuineness of the product and maximizes the resale value of the silver purchased.
1. What is the preferred form of silver for investment purposes?
Silver coins or bars or bullions are the best form of silver that can be purchased for investment purposes.
2. What are the forms of certifications or markings available on silver?
The various markings on silver to make it authentic or notify the purity of the metal are mentioned below.
3. Can silver be traded in the futures market?
Yes. Silver can be traded in the commodity market and futures market and can be purchased in contracts. Silver can be purchased on MCX and NCDEX in contract sizes having base weights of minimum 1 kg.
4. What are the factors influencing the prices of silver?
Prices of silver are affected by many factors like geopolitical factors, dollar fluctuations, import costs, demand and supply parameters etc.
5. What is the current price of silver?
Use the tabular column on top of this page to check the latest price of silver in Mumbai.
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