Gold-focused royalty and stream company Franco-Nevada Corp. stock is up more than 30 per cent year-to-date. However, the stock has been moving steadily lower since August, when it announced second-quarter results that showed a drop in gold equivalent ounces sold compared with the same quarter a year earlier. On Wednesday, the stock crossed below its 200-day moving average. Meanwhile, over the past 90 days, three insiders sold 23,000 common shares at an average price of $207.33 after exercising options. The sellers included CFO Sandip Rana, who sold 10,000 shares.
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