KATHMANDU, NOVEMBER 21
The price of the precious metals edged lower as the domestic market resumed trading after the Tihar holidays.
According to the rate list of the Federation of Nepal Gold and Silver Dealers’ Association (FeNeGoSiDA), gold was priced at Rs 95,100 per tola when the market resumed trading after the second biggest festival in the country.
Bullion price slumped by Rs 700 a tola on Thursday to be traded at Rs 94,400 per tola and fell by Rs 400 a tola on Friday to close the week at Rs 94,000 per tola.
The price of the precious yellow metal fell by Rs 1,100 a tola or 1.16 per cent in the review period.
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