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IntercontinentalExchange/NY Board › $ INDEX (NYBOT:DX)

95.922 +0.181 (+0.23%)

2015-08-31 09:01:31, 30 min delay

$ INDEX (NYBOT:DX) Futopt Chart
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Last Price95.922
Settle Time16:50
Previous Close77.736
Low95.622
52wk High100.39
52wk Low82.673
Open Time08:00
Net Change0.181
Open95.717
High96.062
Time2015-08-31 09:01:31
52wk High Date2015-03-13
52wk Low Date2014-09-01
Close Time15:00

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