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

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Gold price today by weight and carats per gram in USD

Gold price fluctuates due to a variety of economic factors, it is commonly quoted in various weights and carats. 22-carat and above is considered investment-grade gold.

Last update: May 19, 2024, 7:38 AM

WeightCurrent PriceDay MinDay MaxDay AverageDaily Performance

Gram

77.61
77.61
77.61
77.61

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Kilo

77607.02
77607.02
77607.02
77607.02

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Ounce

2413.85
2413.85
2413.85
2413.85

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Ton

77607021.72
77607021.72
77607021.72
77607021.72

+0.00%

The historical performance of the gold price in USD

This chart displays the historical gold price in US dollar (USD), highlighting fluctuations and an overall upward trend in value over time, showing why gold is often considered a long-term investment.

Last update: May 19, 2024, 7:37 AM

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Gold Prices Today per Gram by Currency

The price of gold varies depending on whether you're looking at it in US dollar, euro, British pound, or Swiss franc. This table allows you to track the gold prices in each of these currencies and more, as well as their daily performance.

Last update: May 19, 2024, 7:38 AM

CurrenciesCurrent PriceDay MinDay MaxDay AverageDaily Performance
71.4
71.4
71.4
71.4

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70.55
70.55
70.55
70.55

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USD

77.61
77.61
77.61
77.61

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61.1
61.1
61.1
61.1

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AUD

116.55
116.55
116.55
116.55

+0.00%

CAD

105.83
105.83
105.83
105.83

+0.00%

CNY

561.01
561.01
561.01
561.01

+0.00%

INR

6470.39
6470.39
6470.39
6470.39

+0.00%

JPY

12094.9
12094.9
12094.9
12094.9

+0.00%

What Drives the Fluctuation of Gold Prices in USD?

Here are the key factors that influence the dollar gold price:

Changes in supply and demand:

Even when gold mining production falls but demand remains the same, this will push up the price of gold, as there is more demand per gram of gold.

Global economic trends

If there is a global economic slowdown, more investors may flock to gold as a safe haven to protect their wealth, pushing up the gold price in USD.

Exchange rate fluctuations

If the global economy slows down, investors may be more inclined to move to gold to preserve their wealth during uncertain times.

If USD weakens, the cost of gold in other currencies falls, which raises demand and boosts the gold price.

However, if USD strengthens, the purchasing power of investors paying in other currencies goes down, which could reduce demand and lead to a fall in the gold price in dollars.

Changes in Central bank policies

Central Bank policies, primarily the US Federal Reserve (otherwise referred to as the Fed) can have a big impact on the gold price in USD. For example, if the Fed reveals that US inflation has fallen faster than anticipated, this could boost confidence in the US economy and reduce demand for gold.

What's the relationship between the dollar and the gold price in dollars?

The gold price and USD price are correlated; when the dollar weakens, gold tends to become more valuable - and vice versa. There are two key reasons for this.

Firstly, the US Dollar is still the world’s primary reserve currency.

Secondly, gold is considered a safe haven during economic volatility, such as recessions and high inflation.

Unsurprisingly, when the dollar weakens, many investors flock to gold to protect their wealth.

The impact of USD strength on gold prices

Gold is mainly denominated in USD. When the dollar is strong, this signals better confidence in the US economy and the US stock markets. When investors are more confident in the US economy, they are anticipating better long-term returns from US stocks, shares and bonds. This is when they are more likely to gravitate away from gold, which may reduce the gold price in USD.

What happens to the gold price in dollars if the currency weakens?

When the USD weakens, gold prices also rise because gold becomes more affordable in other currencies. This raises the demand for gold from investors in other regions, such as Europe and Asia, which increases the gold price in USD. Secondly, if confidence in the US economy falls, this is a bad signal for the global economy, so gold becomes the alternative safe haven for investors looking to preserve their wealth.

Is the US dollar backed by gold?

The US Dollar is not backed by gold or other precious metals. However, this wasn't always the case. For example, from the 1940s to the 1970s, the US dollar was pegged to the price of gold under the Bretton Woods system. However, due to a growing shortage in US gold supply, President Richard Nixon suspended the conversion of the US Dollar into gold in 1971. The Bretton Woods system collapsed soon after in 1973.

Can investing in gold help you diversify your portfolio?

As we have mentioned, the gold price in USD often increases in value during economic turmoil and uncertainty. That's because many investors choose to buy gold to preserve their wealth when the value of their cash falls due to high inflation, or the stock market performs badly due to a recession. Therefore, investing in gold can help you diversify your portfolio and reduce your exposure to volatility.

How to start investing in gold

First of all, check the gold price in dollars to see what each gold product is worth today. At GOLD AVENUE, we offer a wide choice of gold coins and bars in different sizes and styles. In fact, you could buy our 1 gram gold bars for under $100 - proving that investing in gold can be accessible to everyone. Depending on your investment goalsa gold ETF could be a useful tool for tracking and betting on the gold price, although we wouldn't recommend it for non-expert investors. But if you want to own physical gold directly, the best way to do this is to buy it outright in the form of gold bars or gold coins.

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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 USD gold price for 1 gram, you have to convert the weight accordingly. At GOLD AVENUE we do this conversion automatically.


How much does 1 gram of gold cost?

The prices for 1 gram of gold can vary depending on the provider. The metal value of fine gold is determined daily in an independent auction, but suppliers usually sell gold at a percentage premium to the metal value. At GOLD AVENUE we offer a diverse selection of high-quality gold products.


Does the price of gold change?

The price of gold is subject to regular changes and is determined twice a day in an independent auction by the LBMA (Bullion Market Association). Therefore, investors should always follow the news and keep an eye on the current gold price.


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 the different weight units must be taken into account when converting. An example: The current gold price is $2,123.20 per troy ounce (as of March 5, 2024). 1 gram of gold is equal to 0.032 troy ounces. Therefore, the metal value of 1 gram of gold is approximately $68 (2123.20 x 0.032).


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