Agnico-Eagle Mines Limited (USA) (NYSE:AEM) decreased -0.51%, to close at $71.60 and its overall traded volume was 3.60M shares during the last session against its average volume of 1.89M. AEM opened the day at $71.38, it made an intraday low of $69.87 and an intraday high of $71.85. The stock has a 52 week low of $49.64 and 52 week high of $88.20. AEM’s market capitalization is 12.01B and it has 167.71M outstanding shares. Agnico-Eagle Mines Limited (Agnico-Eagle) is a gold producer with mining operations in northwestern Quebec, northern Mexico, northern Finland and Nunavut and exploration activities in Canada, Europe, Latin America and the United States. The Company operates through four segments: Canada, Europe, Latin America and the United States. The Quebec Region includes the LaRonde Mine, the LaRonde Mine extension project, the Goldex Mine and the Lapa Mine. The Company’s operations in the European Region are conducted through its indirect subsidiary, Agnico-Eagle AB, which owns the Kittila Mine in Finland. The Company’s operations in the Latin American Region are conducted through its subsidiary, Agnico Eagle Mexico S.A. de C.V., which owns the Pinos Altos Mine and the Creston Mascota deposit. The Nunavut Region is comprised of the Meadowbank Mine, which is held directly by the Company. In July 2010, the Company acquired the remaining interest in Comaplex Minerals Corp.