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Gold prices rise today, Monday, by two pounds, and 21 karat records 791 pounds

Gold prices rose at the beginning of this week’s trading today, Monday, July 26, 2021, with a value of only two pounds in the local market, with the global price of gold moving to levels of 1808 dollars, after trading stopped on Saturday and Sunday.

Gold prices today:

21 caliber record 791 pounds.

Carat 18 recorded 678 pounds.

24 caliber record 904 pounds.

The gold pound is 6328 pounds.

An ounce of gold is 1808 dollars.


We had witnessed a very calm week regarding the movement of the price of gold at the global level and in the Egyptian market during the trading last week, despite the economic events that could have moved gold significantly, but the data that resulted from these reports and economic events were not strong to move the market.


The price of an ounce of gold is still moving in a price range that ranged between 1795 to 1810 dollars, and the market closed on Friday evening at the price of 1802 dollars, at a time when the global market is awaiting a major event this week, which is the meeting of the US Federal Reserve and the minutes of this meeting will have clear effects on the price of gold. Gold globally and then the Egyptian market this week.


The price of a gram of gold in Egypt is still in a limited price range between 785 to 795 pounds per gram of 21 karat, which is the best seller in Egypt, so the price moves between the two points throughout this week’s trading, to be the highest point that gold reaches is 795 pounds only, and the lowest price is 785 pounds.