LONDON -- Gold prices have remain largely unchanged over the last five trading days, and gold on the November contract was up just 0.07% at $1,724 per ounce at the time of writing.
Of course, the only practical way for most private investors to invest in gold is through exchange-traded funds. The performance of the $63 billion SPDR Gold Trust ETF
Gold's big movers
Many investors prefer to invest in gold mining stocks, rather than gold itself, as gold miners are able to benefit from their operational gearing to outperform the price of gold. Let's take a look at some of this week's biggest movers:
Agnico-Eagle Mines Limited
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