Exchange-traded funds that track gold were among the biggest losers Monday, as gold futures lost $6.70 to $613.50 an ounce. Shares of the iShares Comex Gold Trust ( IAU), which fell more than 6% last week, were recently down another 99 cents, or 2%, to $60.86. The streetTRACKS Gold Shares ( GLD) ETF was recently down 83 cents to $60.88. Shares of the Diamonds Trust ( DIA) ETF, which tracks the Dow Jones Industrial Average, climbed 1% as a host of earnings reports continued to propel stock prices. The Dow Jones Industrial Average was recently gaining 131 points, or 1.2%, to 10,999. The iShares Dow Jones Industrial ( IYJ) ETF, meanwhile, rose 59 cents to $58.52. The Diamonds Trust ETF rose $1.34 to $109.90. ETFs that track oil stocks and the price of oil moved higher as September crude approached $75 a barrel. The Oil Services HOLDRs ( OIH) ETF rose $4.78, or 4%, to $134.78. The U.S. Oil Fund ( USO) followed suit, trading up 51 cents to $70.04. The iShares Goldman Sachs Semiconductor ( IGW) fund traded actively after Advanced Micro Devices ( AMD) agreed to buy ATI Technologies ( ATYT) for $5.4 billion in cash and stock. Motorola ( MOT), meanwhile, tacked on 4% after the chipmaker announced a new $4.5 billion stock-repurchase plan. The Goldman ETF was recently trading up $1.36, or 3%, to $52.28. The PowerShares Dynamic Semiconductors ( PSI) ETF rose 48 cents, or 3%, to $15.23. The Semiconductor HOLDRs ( SMH) fund rose 51 cents to $29.69. Pharmaceutical HOLDRs ( PPH) advanced more than 2% after Merck ( MRK) and Schering-Plough ( SGP) posted better-than-expected second-quarter earnings. The ETF was advancing $1.67 to $73.38.