Exchange-traded funds related to precious metals were nearly alone among Monday's strong performers as gold futures soared. Gold added $11.60 to $640.60 an ounce. Silver was higher by 45 cents to $13.49 an ounce, and copper added 7.5 cents to $3.18 a pound.
iShares Silver Trust
ETF was recently up 0.7% to $135.04. The
Market Vectors Gold Miners
ETF was rising 0.5% to $40.10. The
iShares COMEX Gold Trust
ETF was adding 0.4% to $63.74, and the
streetTRACKS Gold Shares
ETF was higher by 0.3% to $63.71.
Internet Infrastructure HOLDRs
( IIH) ETF led the list of losers, falling 3.6%. Holding
( OPWV) fell 5.5%, sinking the ETF by 20 cents to $5.39.
iShares Dow Jones U.S. Industrial
ETF also faltered, pressured by
. The world's biggest retailer said over the weekend that its same-store sales in November are set to slip 0.1%. The ETF was losing 89 cents, or 1.4%, to $64.48.
Also among losers, the
B2B Internet HOLDRs
( BHH) ETF was losing 2.7% as holding
( AGIL) fell 4%. The ETF was off by 6 cents to $2.15.
( HHH) ETF was lower due to declines of 4% or more in
. The ETF was falling by $1.38, or 2.5%, to $54.39.