Jewellers have decided to increase gold prices by Tk 1,721 per bhori (11.664 grams) from tomorrow.
There are those well-regarded classic colour combinations like black and gold that never go out of style for anybody. Even if we date back to the 1900s when women’s fashion was neat, covered and detailed with ruffles, buttons and lace in layers; black and gold had an upper hand even there. Georgia Hale, a 20th century silent film artist sported black silk dresses with golden tassels.
All women everywhere are magpies at heart! Give us anything shiny, bright and brilliant and we are sold in a heartbeat! Glitter makes our hearts sing and sequins with all their sparkling glory hits right at the pleasure centres of our brains! For the longest time though sequins and all this shiny have been on the receiving end of relentless flak from naysayers who dismissed it as tacky and inelegant. Anything sequined would be deemed crass and unfashionable, unfit for polite society even where it’d raise many eyebrows and draw inevitable frowns from purists!
Recently, gold prices have been in the limelight because of frequent changes in pricing. This has presented consumers and businesses alike with worries, and opportunities.
Local jewellers today reduced gold prices by Tk 2,916 to Tk 79,548 a bhori or 11.664 gram as the prices of the precious metal fell on the global market.
Gold prices dropped in the local market today thanks to a fall in its global rates.
Shakib Al Hasan, one the most prominent Cricketers of Bangladesh National Cricket Team and also the Chairman of Reliable Commodities Exchange Co. has announced the launching of Swiss made 24K Minted gold bars in variable denominations, in association with QRIUS, a fast-growing lifestyle brand in Bangladesh. You will find these exquisite gold bars for purchase at the Banani outlet of QRIUS.
Customs officials detain a man and recover around 8.5 kilograms of gold from his possession at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport.