Gold shines at Rs 54,538, silver jumps Rs 2,854


New Delhi: Gold costs within the nationwide capital on Friday gained Rs 687 to Rs 54,538 per 10 gram on restoration in worldwide costs. Silver was additionally in demand because it jumped Rs 2,854 to Rs 65,910 per kg, from Rs 63,056 per kg on Thursday. PTI

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