Agnico Eagle Mines Limited Common Stock (NYSE:AEM)

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Agnico Eagle Mines Limited is a gold producer with mining operations in Canada, Mexico and Finland, and exploration activities in Canada, Europe, Latin America and the United States. Agnico Eagle's LaRonde mine in Quebec has provided the company's foundation for domestic and international expansion. Agnico Eagle operates through two broader segments: Northern Business and Southern Business. Northern Business include the LaRonde and Goldex mines and Canadian Malartic mine, all based in Quebec, as well as the Meadowbank and Meliadine mines in Nunavut in northern Canada and the Kittila mine in Lapland in northern Finland. Southern Business consists of the Pinos Altos mine and Creston Mascota satellite mine, both in Chihuahua in northern Mexico as well as La India mine in Sonora in northern Mexico....

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