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Gold at all sizes of PT. Aneka Tambang, Jakarta. TEMPO/Eko Siswono Toyudho
Thursday, 13 June, 2013 | 12:31 WIB
ANTAM Buyback Price Rises  

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The buyback price of precious metals in Aneka Tambang's (PT Antam) Precious Metals Processing Business Unit and Sales (UBPP) experienced an increase of Rp 5,000 (US$ 0.51) per gram. After continuously falling up to Rp 434,000 (US$ 43.93) per gram in yesterday’s trade, the buyback price of precious metals improved to Rp 439,000 (US$ 44.43) per gram.

Quoted from the official website logammulia.com on Thursday, gold trade price has not yet experienced any change. Resounding yesterday’s trade, today gold is sold ata price of Rp 513,000 (US$ 51.92) per gram up to Rp 437.600.000 (US$ 47935.42) per gram. The highest price is for one gram bullion bars and the lowest is for 250 grams bullion bars.

The stability of Antam’s gold price today is due to global gold price improvement. As known previously, last Friday, global gold price surged up to US$ 1.413,1 per troy oz. The day before, the price had still been in a range of US$ 1.391,8 per troy oz.

Today, PT Antam's UBPP provides all sizes of gold. As usual, transactions of bullion bars can be done directly at PT Antam in Pulogadung, East Jakarta. The transaction is limited only to 150 buyers.

AYU PRIMA SANDI  



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