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Gold Rate in Pakistan – 18 November 2021

According to the National Gold Council, a single tola of 24-karat gold was sold in Pakistan on Thursday for Rs 121,900, which is a little over $11,900.

The price of a gramme of 24k gold was Rs 104,500 at the closing of trading on Friday afternoon (about). As an example, 10 kilos of 22-karat gold were being exchanged for Rs. 95,790, while a single tola of 22-karat gold was being sold for Rs. 111,740 per kilogramme of gold, according to the report.

Nota bene: Due to the fact that the gold rate in Pakistan fluctuates in response to changes in the global market, the price of gold has never been fixed. Unless otherwise stated, the rates given below are those supplied by local gold markets and Sarafa Markets in various cities throughout the country.

LahorePKR 121,900PKR 1,640
KarachiPKR 121,900PKR 1,640
IslamabadPKR 121,900PKR 1,640
PeshawarPKR 121,900PKR 1,640
QuettaPKR 121,900PKR 1,640
SialkotPKR 121,900PKR 1,640
AttockPKR 121,900PKR 1,640
GujranwalaPKR 121,900PKR 1,640
JehlumPKR 121,900PKR 1,640
MultanPKR 121,900PKR 1,640
BahawalpurPKR 121,900PKR 1,640
GujratPKR 121,900PKR 1,640
NawabshahPKR 121,900PKR 1,640
ChakwalPKR 121,900PKR 1,640
HyderabadPKR 121,900PKR 1,640
NowshehraPKR 121,900PKR 1,640
SargodhaPKR 121,900PKR 1,640
FaisalabadPKR 121,900PKR 1,640
MirpurPKR 121,900PKR 1,640

You can see the most recent gold prices on the Lahore Herald‘s news page, which is regularly updated. The benchmark gold rates are compiled on the London Bullion Market and, in some situations, by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which has exclusive control over gold rates in certain countries.

Lahore Herald keeps track of the gold rate in Pakistan on a regular basis and publishes news on it.

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