Gold Price per Kilo USD

View the gold price per kilo in dollars using our weekly price chart. If you want to look at the gold price per kilo for the day, week, month or even decade simply select your preference from the drop-down options below. You can also adjust according to weight, metal and currency. 

 

Gold Price per Kilo

Our gold price per kilo chart is a great way to view the gold price this week and to keep track of your holdings. If you would like to buy gold bullion then please see our range of gold bars and coins.  

You will see that gold bullion is sold in either grams, kilos and ounces. Usually the mainstream media quote the gold price in US dollars per ounce. If you would like to do the same then you can adjust the drop down options above the chart, accordingly. When gold is measured in ounces, we are referring to troy ounces, rather than avoirdupois (standard) ounces. A troy ounce is equal to just over 31g, whereas an avoirdupois ounce is equal to just over 28g. Either by using our chart or a simple conversion you can easily see the gold price per kilo. 

Which gold bar should I choose?

With different weights and measures of gold bars and coins it can be difficult to know what to choose when adding gold to your portfolio. 

The most famous gold bar is the London Good Delivery bar, which is 400 oz. These standard Good Delivery bars are traded on international wholesale markets, it is from this trade that we derive the spot price of gold from. Don’t worry though, there are plenty of smaller bars to choose from to suit various requirements and investment strategies. 

Here at GoldCore we operate at the highest standard and only sell gold bars from LBMA-approved refiners and gold coins from the most reputable government mints. You can read about gold bullion investment here. 

There are three main factors that influence the price of a gold bar or coin:

  • The price of 1 troy ounce of gold (or the gold price per kilo
  • The amount of troy ounces (or grams) of gold in the bar
  • The prevailing premium

The prevailing premium of a bar or coin is determined by the supply and demand for that particular coin or bar.

If you wish to make gold a part of your portfolio and need any further help, please contact GoldCore by chat, email or phone and our experienced team will be glad to assist.

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