The world's largest gold-backed exchange-traded fund, SPDR Gold Trust GLD, said holdings stood at 1,105.62 tonnes as of May 14, unchanged from the previous business day.

 The holdings rose 1.53 tonnes on May 13, marking the first gain since they began declining after hitting a record high on April 9 as a rise in share prices has lessened bullion's appeal.

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Holdings in the trust, which issues securities backed by physical stocks of gold, began climbing in December as the global financial crisis increased demand for bullion as a safe-haven asset.

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 Following are changes in SPDR holdings;

 Date:     Total tonnes

 May 13    1,105.62

 May 6     1,104.09

 April 23  1,104.45

 April 17  1,105.98

 April 16  1,119.43

 April 9   1,127.68 -- record

 April 3   1,127.37

 March 29  1,127.44

 March 24  1,124.99

 March 23  1,114.29

 (Reporting by Risa Maeda)© Thomson Reuters 2009 All rights reserved