Gold, silver prices rise

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Gold price has increased by Rs 200 per tola. According to Federation of Gold and Silver Dealers' Association, the precious yellow metal is being traded at Rs 54, 300.

Similarly, silver price has also increased by Rs 5 per tola and is being traded at Rs 790.

On Tuesday, gold and silver prices were traded at Rs 54, 100 and 785 respectively.

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