Live Gold price in Euro

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Performance of the price of gold in the past 24h in EUR

Last update: Apr 20, 2024, 7:15 PM

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Gold price today by weight and carats per gram in Euro

Gold price is subject to change due to a variety of economic factors and is commonly quoted in various weights and carats.

Last update: Apr 20, 2024, 7:16 PM

WeightCurrent PriceDay MinDay MaxDay AverageDaily Performance

Ounce

2391.05
2386.91
2400.57
2391.39

-0.29%

Gram

76.87
76.74
77.18
76.88

-0.29%

Kg

76873.99
76740.88
77180.06
76884.99

-0.29%

Tonne

76873985.24
76740881.25
77180060.12
76884989.04

-0.29%

The historical performance of the gold price in Euro

This chart displays the historical gold price in Euros (EUR), highlighting fluctuations and an overall upward trend in value over time.

Last update: Apr 20, 2024, 7:15 PM

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-0.29%

+2.11%

+10.76%

+21.14%

+19.88%

Gold Prices Today by Currency (per gram)

The price of gold varies depending on whether you're looking at it in euros, US dollars, Swiss francs, or British pounds. This table allows you to track the gold prices in each currency, as well as their daily performance.

Last update: Apr 20, 2024, 7:16 PM

CurrenciesCurrent PriceDay MinDay MaxDay AverageDaily Performance

EUR

72.14
72.03
72.43
72.16

-0.27%

69.99
69.85
70.21
69.99

-0.17%

76.87
76.74
77.18
76.88

-0.29%

62.14
62.03
62.33
62.15

-0.12%

AUD

120.18
119.95
120.57
120.19

-0.17%

CAD

106.04
105.83
106.38
106.05

-0.17%

CNY

557.73
556.65
559.53
557.78

-0.17%

INR

6429.35
6416.8
6450.05
6429.87

-0.17%

JPY

11906.79
11883.55
11945.13
11907.76

-0.17%

What is the record gold price in Euro?

The price of gold in EUR has reached several record highs in the past few years, and finally reached the symbolic mark of €2,000/oz on March 21, 2024. Remember that gold prices can fluctuate and are impacted by many different factors.

What's the Euro gold price going to be in the future?

The future price of gold in Euros is hard to pin down due to ever-changing global economic and geopolitical landscapes. Trends and expert forecasts hint at potential fluctuations, with room for increases based on current global events and financial policies.

Keep an eye on key factors like geopolitical tensions, central bank actions, and economic indicators for insights into possible price movements.

What drives the gold price fluctuations in Euros?

The price of gold, like other commodities, is dictated by supply and demand, among other factors. When demand rises, so does the price.

If gold mining production falls, the price of this precious metal can go up even if overall demand remains unchanged (as the same number of investors are competing for a smaller amount of gold).

Fluctuations in gold prices are also influenced by:

Exchange rate changes

If USD weakens, the gold price in Euro becomes cheaper. This makes gold more accessible to a wider pool of investors in the Eurozone, boosting demand and driving up the price. This is why it’s important to check exchange rates before buying gold in EUR, as you may save money by picking a time when the conversion rate is more favourable.

Central bank decisions (primarily the US)

If the US Fed (Federal Reserve) increases interest rates, the price of gold could go down as confidence in the US economy improves. Likewise, interest rate rises by the European Central Bank (ECB) could also affect the demand for gold in the Eurozone and the price of gold in EUR. The gold price in EUR could also increase if:

  • The EUR falls against USD.
  • There are supply constraints.
  • There is higher demand for physical gold in the Eurozone (a major market for gold and other precious metals).

Trends in the global economy

When the global economy slows down, the demand for gold often goes up as investors seek to protect their wealth, which can trigger a rise in the gold price in Euro.

Is the Euro backed by gold?

No, Euro is a fiat currency which is not backed by gold or any other physical commodity. A number of currencies, such as GBP and USD, were backed by gold many years ago to maintain the stability of the financial system, keep inflation under control and facilitate international trade. However, due to limitations in gold supplies and greater flexibility with fiat currency, governments gradually moved away from the gold standard.

What's the relationship between the Euro and the gold price?

When the Euro strengthens against USD, this can lead to a higher gold price in Euro as it becomes more affordable in Eurozone countries. However, this will depend on other economic factors, such as ECB decisions and the overall economic situation across the Eurozone.

How does the Euro influence gold prices?

The Euro influences the price of gold based on its relationship to the US Dollar and its important role in global economic trends.

For example, when USD becomes weaker (depreciates), the gold price in Euro can increase because it becomes cheaper in this currency and other currencies.

This boosts the purchasing power of investors in areas such as the Eurozone, which increases the demand for gold and its price.

If inflation increases across the Eurozone, investors in the region may move to gold as a safe haven, especially if the USD has weakened. Unsurprisingly, this can drive up the price of gold.

ECB policies that lead to a devaluation of the Euro will also make gold more affordable for investors in the Eurozone.

How did the gold price develop since the introduction of the Euro?

Since the Euro currency was launched in 1999, the gold price in Euro has changed significantly, remaining relatively stable before rising in 2001 and again after the late 2000's recession. It fluctuated widely during the 2010's before rising again in the wake of the Covid pandemic and the inflation crisis since then. During the Eurozone crisis in the 2010's, the Euro currency weakened, reducing the purchasing power of Eurozone investors.

How to start investing in gold

First of all, check the latest daily gold price in Euro on our website first.

You can start investing in gold by buying it in its physical form (for example, our gold bullions or coins). At GOLD AVENUE, we offer a variety of gold coins and bars in different sizes and designs.

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Frequently asked questions

Read the most frequently asked questions from savers and investors on GOLD AVENUE and on how to buy gold, silver, and precious metals.

How much is 1 gram of gold worth?

Internationally, the gold price issued by the LBMA London ( Bullion Market Association ) determines the value of fine gold. The price of gold is determined in an auction twice daily at 10:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. It is important to know that the price of gold is set in US dollars per troy ounce. To calculate the Euro gold price for 1 gram, you have to take into account the current dollar-euro exchange rate and the unit of weight (1 gram is approximately 0.0321507 troy ounces). At GOLD AVENUE we do this conversion automatically.

How much does 1 gram of gold cost?

The cost of 1 gram of gold can vary from provider to provider, because while the metal value of fine gold is determined daily at an independent auction, gold is usually sold by providers at a percentage markup to the metal value. At GOLD AVENUE we offer a wide selection of high quality gold products .

How do you calculate the value of 1 gram of gold?

Internationally, the metal value of gold is given in US dollars and troy ounces, so you have to take the exchange rate and the different weight units into account when converting. An example: The current gold price is $2,123.20 and 1 dollar is equivalent to approximately 0.92 euros (as of March 5, 2024). 1 gram of gold is equal to 0.0321507 troy ounces. Therefore, the metal value of 1 gram of gold is approximately 62.80 euros (2123.20 x 0.92 x 0.0321507).

What affects the value of gold?

The value of gold is influenced by many factors, including market supply and demand, interest rates, geopolitical uncertainties, inflation expectations and the strength of the US dollar. Since the various factors may influence each other, it is also advisable for investors to follow the current news situation closely.

When is the best time to buy gold?

As the decision to buy gold depends on the individual needs of each investor, there is no “best” time. However, many investors decide to invest in gold to hedge against geopolitical uncertainties, inflation or to diversify their investment portfolios.

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