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AGNICO EAGLE MINES LTD WTS Stock

TSE › AGNICO EAGLE MINES LTD WTS (TSE:AEM.WS.USD)

0.06 -0.09 (-900.00%)

2013-11-06 10:03:29, 15 min delay

AGNICO EAGLE MINES LTD WTS (TSE:AEM.WS.USD) Stock Chart
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Last Price0.06
Previous Close0.01
Low0.06
Time2013-11-06 10:03:29
Year High Date2013-01-02
Year Low Date2013-11-14
52wk High Date2012-11-26
52wk Low Date2013-11-14
Average Volume3,298
Open0.06
High0.06
Volume4,500
Year High10.98
Year Low0.005
52wk High13.35
52wk Low0.005
Year End Close10.45
Volatility960.81

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