Gold Prices in Jordan
In Jordan, 24K was trading at 37.48 JOD per gram at the opening of the market,
while 22K was trading at 34.48 JOD, 21K at 32.80 JOD, and 18K at 28.11 JOD per gram.
|Unit||Latest Price (JOD)|
|24k price per gram||37.48|
|22k price per gram||34.48|
|21k price per gram||32.80|
|18k price per gram||28.11|
|24k price per OZ||1,165.53|
Previous gold prices in Jordan
These are the gold prices in Jordan for the last few days:
Gold History Chart in Jordan
Gold is one of the most precious selling metals of all time, and an important financial tool to overcome phases of financial instability.
In Jordan, there is a consistent increase in the demand for gold and its products, especially during the wedding and festive seasons; which leads to a rally in the gold rate in Jordan today.
If you want to purchase gold in Jordan, you will likely see prices quoted by the ounce, gram, or kilo in Jordanian Dinar (JOD), and be aware of the gold rate in Jordan today.
The above table shows the gold price today in Jordan in Jordanian Dinar (JOD) according to the local timezone of Jordan, including 22K Gold price in Jordan,
21K Gold price in Jordan with a chart for live gold rate in Jordan.
You can also find the current gold price in Jordan for different charts of 24k, 22k, 21k, and 18k of gold, in addition to the last gold price of yesterday; with a calculation of the change percent.
The gold and currency (i.e., JOD) details are retrieved from the main marketplaces continuously; 24 hours a day, and 7 days a week.
Today gold rate in Jordan is based on gold spot price in U.S. dollars; converted according to the current U.S. to Jordanian Dinar conversion.
Frequently Asked Questions about the Gold Rate in Jordan Today
Can I Invest in Gold in Jordan?
Yes, anyone can invest in gold in Jordan, by either investing in mining stocks or buying gold bullion bars or coins and selling it later at a higher price according to today gold rate in Jordan.
What are the Different Karats of Gold Sold in Jordan?
Gold purity or fineness in Jordan is measured in units of Karat, with 24-karat gold as the purest and the most malleable. Manufacturers generally alloy or mix less pure gold with harder metals like Silver, Palladium, Zinc, and Copper to improve its strength and resilience.
These are also often quoted as a percentage:
- 24 Karat: It consists of 99.5% and more gold
- 21 Karat: It consists of 91.7% of gold and 8.3% alloyed metals
- 18 Karat: It consists of 75% of gold and 25% alloyed metals
- 14 Karat: It consists of 41.7% of gold and 58.3% alloyed metals
Without knowing exactly how much pure gold an item contains, it is difficult to arrive at its true value.
How Do You Measure Value of Gold in Jordan?
Gold is measured in different ways around the world and has various designations for both its purity and weight. In Jordan, gold is weighed in Gram, Tola, Ounces, and Kilogram, but its purity is measured in Karats.
- 1 Gram = 1000 milligrams of gold
- 1 Tola = 11.6638038 grams of gold
- 1 Ounce = 28.3495 grams of gold
- 1 kilogram = 1000 grams of gold
How To Calculate Gold Price in Jordan?
To calculate the gold price today in Jordan, follow these steps:
- Determine the type of karat, whether it is 18k, 21k, 22k or 24k.
- Know the weight of the jewelry piece in grams.
- Know the value of workmanship.
- Find out the value of the goods and services tax.
- Multiply the total number of grams by the price of grams then add the value of workmanship and the value of the goods and services tax.
What Colors of Gold are Available in Jordan?
Yellow gold is the most popular color in Jordan and can be found easily in many popular stores. But today, gold is available in a diverse palette by adding other metals; most often silver, copper, zinc, palladium, and nickel.
Depending on what alloys are combined with the gold, different gold shades and colors are created. For example, white gold is created through alloying pure gold with white metals such as palladium or silver, while rose gold is made from a combination of pure gold and copper. Green gold can also be found in Jordan, created by mixing silver, copper and zinc to yellow gold.