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Gold Rate in Dubai - The following table shows live gold rate in Dubai. Pakbiz.com provides international gold price of 24K per ounce in US$ Dollar and its converted value in 24ct gold rate in Dubai for 10 grams in UAE currency Dirham (AED). Individual of gold purchasers and investors can also calculate 22ct gold rate Dubai. Live international today gold rate in UAE and its converted price of gold UAE Dirham facilitates to the Dubai gold souk, gold investors, and individual for fresh updates. PakBizcom also provide a unique and helpful discussion forum for all who interested in gold forecast. For this instance, business experts of gold also share reviews about purchasing of Malabar gold and Joy Alukkas gold in Dubai-UAE. Website visitors of gold are various walk-of-lives from Dubai-UAE, and also belong to different cities. You can also see reviews submitted by users of this website, mainly from Dubai Gold Souk, also they search today’s gold rate in Dubai, gold price in UAE today, gold price in UAE today, gold rate Abu Dhabi, gold price in Sharjah, gold rate in Fujairah, live gold rates in Abu Dhabi, today’s gold Price in Ajman, current gold rates in Ras-Al-khaima, gold rates in Um-Al-Quwain and live gold Prices AED (Dirham) in Al-Ain, and gold prices are available in 24k per tola. Find Malabar Gold Rate, 24 Carat per 10gram, 22K per tola, 22 Carat per 10gram, 21K per tola, 21 Carat per 10gram, gold kilo bars, gold biscuits rates in Dubai (AED Dh.), and spot silver rates at Pakbiz.com. Gold rate in Dubai converted in AED (Dirham) is a free of cost offering service from the PakBiz.com website; it is one stop place by which you find each day reports relating to Dubai, UAE Gold Prices in Dirham (AED).
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Gold price likely to average $1,025 an ounce this year. UAE dirham continues to rise against other currencies as US dollar picks up strength. Gold’s retail prices in Dubai continued to hold steady on Sunday although analysts are expecting the bullion to resume its weakness following the recovery of the global stock markets. Overall, there are still some bargains to be had for gold bugs in Dubai, with Sunday’s retail prices still lower compared to almost a week ago, when the yellow metal was retailing at Dh140 per gram for 24K. As the US dollar picked up strength on Friday, the UAE dirham continued to rise against other currencies, with the Indian rupee pegged at 18.01 per dirham and Philippine peso at 12.7 on Sunday, slightly higher than Thursday’s exchange rates. As of August 30, prices for 24-carat (24K), 22K, 21K, 18K and ten tola gold bar remained unchanged at Dh137.25, Dh130.50, Dh125 Dh108.25 and Dh15,720, respectively, compared to the previous day. Gold prices are expected to dip further this year. According to ABN Amro’s forecast, gold will drop from an average of $1,218 an ounce in the first quarter of the year to $1,025 by the end of 2015. The bullion hit a one-week low of $1,117.35 on August 21.
Rasheed Uttam Mon 31 Aug, 2015

Gold expected to resume its weakness. Retail prices of the precious metal in Dubai have edged back up, but analysts are expecting gold’s weakness to resume as stock markets around the world have recovered and a global panic failed to ensue. As of Thursday morning, 24-carat gold in Dubai went up slightly from Dh135.75 to Dh136.25 per gram. The price for 22-carat gold gained a few fils more, rising from Dh 129.25 to Dh129.50, while 21 carat rose from Dh123.75 to Dh124.25. A Reuters report described the recent price movement as within “tight range”, with the spot price rising 0.2 per cent at $1,127.35 an ounce by 0259 GMT. The bullion dropped 1.2 per cent on Wednesday, its steepest decline since July 20. Overall, the latest gold price is still five per cent higher compared to last month, when the global rate fell to a 5-1/2 year low at $1,077 an ounce. According to ABN Amro’s research note, gold failed to rally further because there was no “global panic” or “severe systemic crisis” reflected across all markets. “With financial markets now attaching a lower probability to a Fed rate hike this year, the market impact will be more substantial if the Fed decides to hike as we still expect. Then, financial markets will adjust upwards their interest rate hiking expectations for this year and next year,” the bank said. “This will spur the US dollar and result in lower gold and other precious metal prices.”
Yousuf Salam Thu 27 Aug, 2015

Gold prices fall as some stocks rebound. Equity investors are still on edge and gold is still expected to go back up. Dubai’s gold retail prices continued to fall early Tuesday as some global stocks rebounded and the US dollar recovered. The price of spot gold fell 0.5 per cent at $1,149 an ounce as of 0701 GMT, compared to $1,153.20 on Monday. In Dubai, retail gold prices slipped further to Dh139.25 (24K), Dh132.50 (22K), and Dh127 (21K), shedding off a little over a dirham per gram from Sunday’s prices. Many investors are still on edge as the downtrend in China continues, with the Chinese stocks falling more than seven per cent on Tuesday. The rout in equities is sending investors to safe haven asset classes, including gold. If the downtrend continues, the price of gold is expected to climb.
Naresh Kumar Tue 25 Aug, 2015

Asian equities rebound in tandem with US futures. Gold hovered below a seven-week high on Tuesday as equity markets and the US dollar rebounded from a brutal selloff in the prior session that was fuelled by fears over the fate of the Chinese economy. After Monday's rout, most Asian stocks recovered in tandem with US futures and Chinese shares pared losses. The dollar rose 0.6 per cent versus a basket of currencies after falling the most since 2011. Spot gold was flat at $1,154.60 an ounce by 0240 GMT (6.40am UAE time). It closed a tad lower on Monday after a five-day rally that lifted it to $1,168.40 on Friday, its loftiest since July 7. US gold for December delivery was also flat at $1,154 an ounce. A near-9 per cent dive in China shares sent global stocks and commodity prices tumbling overnight. That helped gold hold up as uncertainty over the global economy boosted investor appetite for safe-haven assets. Spot palladium fell to as much as $555.50 an ounce, its lowest since July 2012, before paring losses to trade at $564.25, down 1.1 per cent. Platinum gained 0.5 per cent to $993 an ounce and silver rose 0.8 per cent to $14.90.
Irfan Noman Tue 25 Aug, 2015

Dubai Gold Souk sales hit hard as five-year low takes the shine off safe haven metal. At Dubai’s Gold Souk the mood mirrored the market yesterday. As the price of the precious metal tumbled to a five-year low, traders complained about dismal sales that have plummeted by up to 70 per cent this summer. Gold, regarded as a safe haven in times of economic troubles, is being hammered by the prospects of an interest-rate increase by the US Federal Reserve, which may make the metal unattractive for investments. Gold futures in New York fell 1.7 per cent to US$1112.7 an ounce in morning trading after plummeting 4.6 per cent in Asia earlier in the day. The strong dollar, weak rouble and prospects of a US interest rate rise this year have taken the shimmer off sales in the Deira market that attracts hordes of tourists and investors alike. “The Europeans are gone. The Russians are gone,” said Edwin Nicholas, an Indian sales manager at Paris Gems. “Only the Chinese are buying because they have money,” he added, pointing to a group of Asian tourists outside the gold shop. The shop, which used to be staffed by nine sales assistants, is now down to five and Mr Nicholas does not expect the outlook to improve. Sales are down by more than 30 per cent this year compared to last year, he said. The increase in Chinese, Indian and African tourists is not compensating for the loss of Russians and Europeans, who used to buy expensive designer jewellery.
Rasheed Al Mahmood Fri 21 Aug, 2015

Gold fans in the UAE are in for some fantastic deals on jewellery with the price of the bullion dropping to its lowest level in five years, experts told Gulf News. The price of gold slumped to as low as $1,088.05 an ounce, its lowest since more than five years ago or March 2010 . According to the data provided by Dubai Gold and Jewellery Group, the retail price of 24k gold jewellery dropped from Dh145 last month to Dh 134, which would translate into a saving of Dh11 per gram. Retail price for 22k gold jewellery has become cheaper, dropping from Dh137.75 to Dh127.50. For 21k gold, the retail price declined from Dh132 to Dh122.25. Experts could not say if the low prices will sustain over the next few days, but one thing is certain, fans of the yellow metal can expect some bargains. “I think we first need to see where the price is stabilizing. However, one can already say that the bargain hunters in the Middle East will get fantastic deals on jewellery,” Rolf Schneebeli, CEO of Gold Services AG, told Gulf News. Karim Merchant, group CEO and managing director, Pure Gold Jewellers, which operates a number of jewellery shops in the UAE, said the price decline has resulted in a "resurgence in the demand for gold." "This trend is expected to continue as long as gold remains at this level, as consumers see this as an excellent opportunity to invest. Gold sales has recently been buoyant because of the price elasticity and this underlines the trend," Merchant told Gulf News.
Vijay Sethi Fri 21 Aug, 2015

Gold hit its highest in five weeks on Thursday as the dollar eased after meeting minutes from the US Federal Reserve suggested policymakers were in no hurry to raise interest rates. Although agreeing that the economy was nearing a point where rates should move higher, Fed officials last month were worried that lagging inflation and a weak global economy posed risks too big to commit to a rate "lift-off". "There is some frustration because the Fed meetings were not exactly conclusive for a rate hike in September," ING Bank senior strategist Hamza Khan said. Spot gold rose as much as 1.2 per cent to $1,147.80 an ounce, its highest since July 16, and was up 0.9 per cent at $1,145.06 as of 1410 GMT. US gold for December delivery gained 1.5 per cent to $1,144.90 an ounce. Spot gold has recovered more than 6 per cent from a 5-1/2-year low of $1,077 hit in a late July rout, when investors cut their exposure on fears of further price declines. It was on track for a second weekly gain, after snapping its longest retreat since 1999. Gold benefited last week from uncertainty posed by China's surprise devaluation of its yuan currency.
Zubair Thanvi Fri 21 Aug, 2015

Gold prices were higher on the London spot market Wednesday as the uncertain outlook for the Chinese economy supported further safe-haven demand for a metal that is considered a hedge against risk. Spot gold was up 0.4% at $1,122.45 a troy ounce in morning European trade, having hit a four-day high earlier in the session at $1,124.22 an ounce. Investors are worried about the health of the Chinese economy after the devaluation of the yuan last week and a string of weak economic data. There is also concern about the timing of an interest rate rise by the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Philip Jason Wed 19 Aug, 2015

Gold was stuck in a narrow range on Wednesday as investors waited for the minutes of the Federal Reserve's meeting last month for clues on whether the US central bank might raise interest rates next month. Spot gold was flat at $1,117.55 an ounce at 0224 GMT (6.24am UAE time), extending Tuesday's lethargic performance. US gold for December delivery was also little changed at $1,117.10 an ounce. Bullion has found some support above $1,100 an ounce after last week's strong recovery away from a five-and-a-half-year low reached in late July, helped by the uncertainty that followed China's shock devaluation of its currency. The imminent increase in US interest rates will be the first since 2006 and it has dimmed the appeal of non-interest-bearing assets such as gold. However, technical charts suggest gold may have potential to test the three-week high of $1,126 touched last week and then $1,137, according to analysts at ScotiaMocatta.
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Gold holds up on yuan fears. Weaker China yuan may keep Fed from raising rates in Sept. Gold edged higher on Monday as concerns persisted over a weaker yuan after China devalued its currency last week, with the uncertainty likely to burnish bullion's safe-haven appeal. Spot gold was up 0.2 per cent at $1,116.20 an ounce by 0307 GMT (7.07am UAE time). The metal came off Thursday's three-week peak of $1,126.31 on Friday, but still managed to snap a seven-week losing run. US gold for December delivery rose 0.3 per cent to $1,115.60 an ounce.
Rao Iqbal Mon 17 Aug, 2015

Gold prices are likely to stabilise to above $1,100 an ounce, while physical demand for the precious metal won’t likely see a significant drop for the rest of the year, an analyst told Gulf News. As of 11am on Sunday, gold’s retail prices in Dubai remained unchanged compared with a day earlier, at Dh134.75 per gram for 24K, Dh128.25 for 22K and Dh123 for 21K. The global price of gold fell to its lowest in five years in July, at $1,088.050 an ounce, but it later rebounded to $1,121.40 last week. The latest official data also revealed that demand for the precious metal, including jewellery, bars and coins, slumped to its lowest in six years during the second quarter. Rolf Schneebeli, CEO of Gold Services AG, a gold and investments advisory firm in Dubai, said it looks like the prices will hover around $1,150 to $1,200, adding that no significant drop in demand is likely to happen over the next few months. The World Gold Council (WGC) confirmed that demand for the precious metal slumped to its lowest in six years during the second quarter, with acquisitions of gold bars and coins falling by 15 per cent in June compared to a year earlier. At the same time, outflows from gold-backed exchange traded funds (ETFs) slowed to a trickle – at less than 23 tonnes.
Suleman Dawood Mon 17 Aug, 2015

The global prices of gold moved higher on Monday, causing retail prices in the UAE to edge slightly higher by less than a dirham per gram. Retail gold rate in Dubai went up from Dh134.75 per gram for 24K on August 17, while the price for 22K edged higher from Dh128.25 to Dh128.50. Retail prices for 21K and 18K gold remained unchanged at Dh123 and Dh106.50 per gram, respectively. In the global market, spot gold increased 0.4 per cent at $1,117.80 an ounce. The price of gold dropped to its lowest level in five years in July, at $1,088.050 an ounce, but it later rebounded to $1,121.40 last week. Analysts have attributed the recent price movement to the devaluation of China’s currency, which is making it unlikely for the Federal Reserve to increase interest rates. Low interest rates are likely to keep gold prices rising. However, Karim Merchant, Group CEO and managing director of Pure Gold Jewellers, said that the recent adjustment in bullion prices is only short term, adding that there's a possibility of further reductions. Merchant said he expects the price of gold to stay around $900 to $1,100 an ounce this year. "The recent price increase is just a speculative shor-term movement of gold trading."
Abhijeet Shukla Mon 17 Aug, 2015

Gold Prices Rise; Safe Haven From Yuan’s Turbulence. Turmoil in markets is sending investors into traditional havens, such as gold and Treasuries. China’s currency devaluation is helping gold shine in the midst of a collapse in commodities and a pullback in stocks. Prices for the precious metal have bounced from multiyear lows to stand at their highest level in nearly a month. On Wednesday, gold closed at $1,123.20 a troy ounce, up 3.5% from its 52-week low July 24. Some investors say that China’s currency devaluation makes the Federal Reserve less likely to raise interest rates next month. Lower U.S. rates are good news for gold, which typically struggles to compete with yield-bearing investments when borrowing costs rise. At the same time, the turmoil in financial markets is sending investors out of commodities and stocks into traditional havens, such as gold and Treasury securities.
Ajeet Roy Thu 13 Aug, 2015

Latest UAE gold, currency rates: Gold alive on yuan devaluation. Gold rebounds 3% from July's multi-year low. Gold gained for a fifth session in a row on Wednesday to trade near a three-week high, benefiting from weaker equities after China's devaluation of the yuan stoked fears of a currency war. China's surprise 2 per cent devaluation of the yuan on Tuesday, seen as a move to bolster a flagging economy, was condemned by US lawmakers as a grab for an unfair export advantage. Spot gold was up 0.2 per cent at $1,110.80 an ounce by 0231 GMT (6.31am UAE time), after peaking at $1,119 on Tuesday, its highest since July 20. US gold for December delivery gained 0.2 per cent to $1,109.50 an ounce.
Salim Anwar (Dubai) Wed 12 Aug, 2015

Two Indians smuggling gold from Dubai arrested at Goa airport. Two Indians returning from Dubai on an Air India flight were arrested at Dabolim international airport here with gold worth Rs.18.17 lakh they were seeking to smuggle into the country, the customs department said. Customs' air intelligence unit arrested Abdul Manaf and Thachotta Kunnummel, both natives of Karnataka, after 800 gms gold was found in their trouser pockets. "The accused were travelling via Air India flight AI-984 from Dubai to Goa via Mumbai," a customs statement said. The Dabolim facility, a military-operated airport, has emerged as a major transit facility for smugglers ferrying of gold enroute to Karnataka, Kerala, etc. In this year so far, customs officials have seized gold worth nearly Rs.3.5 crore at the airport from passengers mostly travelling to the tourist state from the Gulf region.
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Gold drop to trigger buying frenzy in UAE. Gold’s biggest price decline in five years could trigger a buying frenzy at local jewellers in the UAE if low prices sustain for a few days, experts told Gulf News. The price of gold dropped to as low as $1,088.05 an ounce, its lowest since March 2010. The decline has been attributed to the crisis in Greece and the strengthening of the US dollar. As of Monday, gold jewellery’s retail price in Dubai was about 7 per cent less compared to only a month ago, according to the data compiled by the Dubai Gold and Jewellery Group. “This is a good time to buy because the prices are very low right now,” said Mohammad, who manages a gold jewellery shop in Al Barsha. Buyers at Dubai's Gold Souk can bring home 18k gold for a retail price as low as Dh105 per gram, a good price compared to the prevailing rate of Dh125 several months ago. "This is the best price you can get, although there is going to be a making charge on top of that, which is around Dh35 to Dh45 per gram," said one seller at Dubai's Gold Souk. Karim Merchant, group CEO and managing director, Pure Gold Jewellers, said that Monday’s decline has already stirred buying interest from retail customers in the UAE. “This trend is expected to continue as long as gold remains at this level, as consumers see this as an excellent opportunity to invest. Gold salves have recently been buoyant because of the price elasticity and this underlines the trend,” Merchant told Gulf News. Liza, an expatriate from the Philippines, is excited about the news, saying that she wants to go to the shop as soon as she finds the time. “My husband just bought gold last month, but now that the price has gone down, I want to buy some,” she said. Rolf Schneebeli, CEO of Gold Services AG, said the drop in gold prices came as a “negative surprise”, especially since it started in China, the largest market for gold sales at the moment. “So far this year, the investors in western countries apparently sold quite some gold by reducing their Gold ETF holdings and this amount was essentially mopped up by Chinese investors. Today [Monday], at the opening of the Shanghai market, a selling wave started. It might have to do with the newly released figure of the Gold holdings of the Chinese central bank, which was far below expectations,” said Schneebeli. Tawhid Abdullah, chairman, Dubai Gold and Jewellery Group, however, said it is still too early to tell whether the price decline would result in a buying frenzy in the UAE, citing that gold prices change a lot. “The sharp decline will translate into incremental sales only if it sustains for a few days. At the moment, the gold price is fluctuating constantly. We are yet to see if the sudden decline has encouraged retail activity substantially. It is too early to draw any conclusion.”
Abu Ubaid Hamoodi Sat 25 Jul, 2015

Dubai Gold Souk sales hit hard as five-year low takes the shine off safe haven metal. At Dubai’s Gold Souk the mood mirrored the market yesterday. As the price of the precious metal tumbled to a five-year low, traders complained about dismal sales that have plummeted by up to 70 per cent this summer. Gold, regarded as a safe haven in times of economic troubles, is being hammered by the prospects of an interest-rate increase by the US Federal Reserve, which may make the metal unattractive for investments. Gold futures in New York fell 1.7 per cent to US$1112.7 an ounce in morning trading after plummeting 4.6 per cent in Asia earlier in the day. The strong dollar, weak rouble and prospects of a US interest rate rise this year have taken the shimmer off sales in the Deira market that attracts hordes of tourists and investors alike. “The Europeans are gone. The Russians are gone,” said Edwin Nicholas, an Indian sales manager at Paris Gems. “Only the Chinese are buying because they have money,” he added, pointing to a group of Asian tourists outside the gold shop. The shop, which used to be staffed by nine sales assistants, is now down to five and Mr Nicholas does not expect the outlook to improve. Sales are down by more than 30 per cent this year compared to last year, he said. The increase in Chinese, Indian and African tourists is not compensating for the loss of Russians and Europeans, who used to buy expensive designer jewellery. The Chinese do not splash out as much, and tend to buy smaller items, he said. Overall demand for gold jewellery in Dubai was down 8 per cent in the first quarter of this year compared with the same period last year, according to data from the World Gold Council. Globally, gold jewellery demand fell 3 per cent to about 600.8 tonnes, according to the non-profit organisation. European buyers are shying away from luxury travel because of the effect of the Greek debt crisis on the 19-member eurozone area. In Russia, sanctions on the energy-exporting country and lower oil prices have hit hard an economy already suffering from a tumbling rouble. The rouble has lost 60 per cent against the dollar compared to a year ago, while the euro is 21 per cent weaker. “Europeans are a bit cautious in spending because of the currency, and economy and politics,” said Hiren Dhakan, a partner at Mashoom Jewellery, adding that business is down 30 per cent this summer compared with a year earlier. “I am afraid of low oil prices more than a stronger dollar because it affects general GCC spending,” he added. Sales from GCC customers are down 40 per cent this summer due to lower oil prices, he said. Brent crude is down to less than $60 per barrel from about $115 in June last year, as a stronger dollar lowers demand in Asia and Europe and excess oil supply affects global demand. For Mohammed Azmi, a sales manager at Marhaba Jewellery, sales are down 75 per cent this summer versus last summer as Europeans, Russian and GCC customers stay away from the Gold Souk. GCC customers now make up only 5 per cent of their customers, compared with 10 to 15 per cent two to three years ago. “We are buying less gold, like 50 per cent less this year, compared with last year,” said Mr Azmi.​​
Dania Saadi Sat 25 Jul, 2015

Gold price drop: Bargains await UAE buyers. Gold jewellery prices now cost 7 per cent cheaper than a month ago. Gold fans in the UAE are in for some fantastic deals on jewellery with the price of the bullion dropping to its lowest level in five years, experts told Gulf News. The price of gold slumped to as low as $1,088.05 an ounce, its lowest since more than five years ago or March 2010 . According to the data provided by Dubai Gold and Jewellery Group, the retail price of 24k gold jewellery dropped from Dh145 last month to Dh 134, which would translate into a saving of Dh11 per gram. Retail price for 22k gold jewellery has become cheaper, dropping from Dh137.75 to Dh127.50. For 21k gold, the retail price declined from Dh132 to Dh122.25. Experts could not say if the low prices will sustain over the next few days, but one thing is certain, fans of the yellow metal can expect some bargains. “I think we first need to see where the price is stabilizing. However, one can already say that the bargain hunters in the Middle East will get fantastic deals on jewellery,” Rolf Schneebeli, CEO of Gold Services AG, told Gulf News. Karim Merchant, group CEO and managing director, Pure Gold Jewellers, which operates a number of jewellery shops in the UAE, said the price decline has resulted in a "resurgence in the demand for gold." "This trend is expected to continue as long as gold remains at this level, as consumers see this as an excellent opportunity to invest. Gold sales has recently been buoyant because of the price elasticity and this underlines the trend," Merchant told Gulf News. Tawhid Abdullah, chairman, Dubai Gold and Jewellery Group, attributed the price slump to the crisis in Greece and the strengthening of the US dollar. “Gold price has fallen to the lowest in the last five years and it may be attributed to several factors such as Greece crisis, surging dollar value. Decline in gold price usually drives retail jewellery demand and it has been the trend over the years,” Abdullah told Gulf News. “However, the sharp decline will translate into incremental sales only if it sustains for a few days. At the moment, the gold price is fluctuating constantly. We are yet to see if the sudden decline has encouraged retail activity substantially. It is too early to draw any conclusion.
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Gold Rates United Arab Emirates
Dollar Per Ounce $1140.16
AED 10 Grams 1346.48
Gold Rates in United Arab Emirates
Open Market Forex Rates [AED]
Currency Symbol Buying Selling
 U.S. Dollar USD 3.6796 3.6562
 Euro EUR 4.1197 4.0925
 British Pound GBP 5.6338 5.5934
 Pakistani Rupee PKR 0.0352 0.0349
 Saudi Riyal SAR 0.9736 0.9738
 Kuwaiti Dinar KWD 12.1039 12.007
 Canadian Dollar CAD 2.7817 2.7661
 Australian Dollar AUD 2.6092 2.5951

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