The price of a gram of 24 karat gold (883 pounds)
The price of a gram of 24 carat gold, the highest quality, has now risen in EGP in transactions, to reach EGP 883 per gram, noting that the highest quality caliber in Egypt is now higher.
The price of a gram of 21 karat gold (772 pounds)
The price of a gram of gold today, 21 karat, rose slightly in trading, to reach 772 pounds; It is the most prevalent caliber in Egypt today, and the demand for it is low in Cairo.
The price of a gram of 18 karat gold (661 pounds)
The price of a gram of gold today, 18 karat, was affected, like the rest of the bullets, especially since it is the least expensive carat locally, to record 661 pounds in transactions; It is the best-selling caliber in Lower Egypt.
The price of the gold pound today (6176 pounds)
The price of the gold pound today in Egypt today gained about 16 pounds, to reach about 6176 pounds, and the pound weighs 8 grams of 21 carat, the most prevalent in both Lower and Upper Egypt.
24 karat gold price per ounce
The price of an ounce of 24 karat gold rose to about 27,373 pounds, and an ounce weighs about 31 grams of 24 karat, the highest quality and least formed in Egypt.
The price of a kilo of 24 karat gold
The price of a kilo of 24 karat gold is about 883,000 pounds today, and it weighs 1,000 grams.
An ounce of gold on the International Metal Exchange has now risen by about $4, bringing the price of an ounce of gold during today’s trading to about $1,766.
The ounce of gold continued its rise in the middle of the trading of the global metals stock market, so gold prices rose with it today in Egypt, Tuesday 10-12-2021, in the middle of today’s evening trading in the local goldsmiths market, after its stability for four consecutive days, and prices rose supported by the decline in the price of the dollar globally, which encouraged investment in yellow metal.
Naguib Naguib, a member of the Gold Division of the Cairo Chamber of Commerce, said that the price of a gram of gold in Egypt now increased by a pound after its rise in the morning by a pound as well, so that the price of a gram of 21 carat, the most prevalent in the Lower and Lower Egypt now, is about 772 pounds per gram, after recording it in morning transactions about 771, Not including workmanship, which varies from caliber to caliber.