Gold recovers on low level buying; silver ends lower

Tags: Commodities
Snapping its four-day falling streak, gold prices today recovered by Rs 70 to Rs 28,320 per ten gram in the national capital on emergence of buying by stockists and jewellers at prevailing levels.

However, silver met with resistance and lost Rs 200 at Rs 41,500 per kg.

Traders attributed the recovery in gold prices to low-level buying by stockists and jewellers.

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