Philadelphia Gold and Silver Index

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The Philadelphia Gold and Silver Index is an index of thirty[1] precious metal mining companies that is traded on the Philadelphia Stock Exchange. The index is represented by the symbol "XAU", which may be a source of some confusion as this symbol is also used under the ISO 4217 currency standard to denote one troy ounce of gold. The Philadelphia Gold and Silver Index and the NYSE Arca Gold BUGS Index (AMEXHUI) are the two most watched gold indices on the market.

Index components[edit]

Philadelphia Gold and Silver Index 1983–2012
Company Symbol
Agnico Eagle Mines Limited NYSEAEM
Allied Nevada Gold Corp. AMEXANV
AngloGold Ashanti Ltd. NYSEAU
AuRico Gold Inc. NYSEAUQ
Banro Corporation AMEXBAA
Barrick Gold Corporation NYSEABX
Coeur Mining, Inc. NYSECDE
Compañia de Mínas Buenaventura NYSEBVN
Eldorado Gold Corp. NYSEEGO
First Majestic Silver Corp. NYSEAG
Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. NYSEFCX
Gold Fields Ltd. NYSEGFI
Gold Resource Corporation AMEXGORO
Goldcorp Inc. NYSEGG
Harmony Gold Mining Company Limited NYSEHMY
Hecla Mining Co. NYSEHL
Kinross Gold Corporation NYSEKGC
McEwen Mining Inc. NYSEMUX
New Gold, Inc. AMEXNGD
Newmont Mining Corporation NYSENEM
NovaGold Resources Inc. AMEXNG
Pan American Silver Corp. NASDAQPAAS
Randgold Resources Limited NASDAQGOLD
Royal Gold, Inc. NASDAQRGLD
Seabridge Gold, Inc. NYSESA
Silver Standard Resources Inc. NASDAQSSRI
Silver Wheaton Corp. NYSESLW
Tanzanian Royalty Exploration Corp. AMEXTRX
Yamana Gold, Inc. NYSEAUY


See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Weighting for XAU". Retrieved 2018-06-26. 
  2. ^ PHLX Gold/Silver Sector Weighting, (NASDAQ OMX Group)

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