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7.67% £4.18

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Gold Rate Today

View the gold rate today in GBP Sterling UK. The gold rate today chart displays the movements for the last 24 hours updated every 2 minutes.

The gold rate is constantly changing. Our gold rate chart updates every two minutes. Tracking the daily gold rate has become a regular activity for many investors, whether it’s monitoring the performance of their current gold holdings or identifying an ideal time to buy. Investors choose to buy at different times, and checking in to see the gold rate today can be a useful aspect in the decision making process.

Some investors watch the daily gold rate and buy when the rate is on the rise, alternatively some chose to buy when the gold rate is on a downturn. Although it could prove useful to watch the daily rate of gold, we think it is worth bearing in mind that if you think gold is a good investment, then we recommend you buy sooner rather than later. In fact we advise that everybody should hold some gold however small.

Checking today's gold rate chart can be especially interesting to compare to financial news and find those key moments that impact the price. It worth noting for many investors that the gold price can fluctuate by perhaps £10-20 per ounce in the space of a day - and sometimes more. This will not be the difference between a good investment and a bad investment and should not be of concern for long term investors. If you are confident the gold rate will increase over the medium to long term, then we recommend buying gold when you can.

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