How much were the quarter gold prices today? 16 December 2022 current gold rate prices

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How much were the quarter gold prices today? December 16, 2022 current quarter gold rate prices…

The gram price of gold is trading at 1,069 liras after starting the day with a rise. The gram price of gold, which lost 1.6 percent yesterday in parallel with the decrease in the ounce price of gold, closed the day at 1,065.3 liras. After starting the new day with a rise, the gram price of gold is trading at 1,069 liras, with an increase of 0.2 percent compared to the previous closing.

Quarter gold is sold at 1,773 liras, and Republic gold at 7,294 liras. Gold is currently trading at $1,782 an ounce, 0.2 percent above its previous close. Analysts said that volatility in the markets increased due to the fact that the central banks of developed countries signaled that they would continue to increase interest rates in the coming period, recession concerns strengthened and macroeconomic data fell below expectations. Analysts stated that the leading manufacturing industry and service sector Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) data to be announced in the USA and Europe today will be followed, and noted that, technically, $ 1,770 an ounce of gold stands out as support and $ 1,810 as resistance.

INSTANT QUARTER GOLD PRICES

QUARTER GOLD

Quarter gold It is the smallest member of the jewelery group. It is popularly known as little gold. HOW MANY GRAMS OF QUARTER GOLD? Gold gains value according to its weight. Quarter gold is 18 mm thick and 22 carat. A quarter gold weighs 1.75 grams. The weight of pure gold under a quarter is calculated as 1.635 grams. ARE HANDLE QUARTER GOLDS MORE EXPENSIVE? Quarter gold was used both as jewelry, jewelery and as an investment tool. Quarter gold coins, which are considered as gifts, have handles. Quarter gold coins, which are preferred for investment purposes, are handleless. The unique gold content of quarter gold is not included in its handles. The handles under the quarter are not gold.



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