SPDR Gold Trust Holdings Unchanged at 1,244 Metric Tons

Gold holdings in the SPDR Gold Trust, the biggest exchange-traded fund backed by bullion, were unchanged at 1,243.55 metric tons as of Nov. 1, according to figures on the company’s website.

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                        Nov. 1     Oct. 31     Oct. 28     Oct. 27     Oct. 26
                          2011        2011        2011        2011        2011
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Troy ounces held    39,981,398  39,981,398  39,981,398  39,981,398  40,000,857
 Daily change                0           0           0     -19,459           0
 30 day average     39,732,195  39,741,476  39,750,433  39,759,390  39,756,990
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Metric tons held      1,243.55    1,243.55    1,243.55    1,243.55    1,244.16
 Daily change             0.00        0.00        0.00       -0.61        0.00
 30-day average       1,235.80    1,236.09    1,236.37    1,236.65    1,236.57

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                        Nov. 1     Oct. 31     Oct. 28     Oct. 27     Oct. 26
                          2011        2011        2011        2011        2011
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Daily change              0.0%        0.0%        0.0%        0.0%        0.0%
Five day change           0.9%        1.2%        1.2%        0.9%        0.6%
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NOTE: Five day change is the average of the most recent five-days’
holdings compared to the average of the previous five days.

SOURCE: http://www.spdrgoldshares.com

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