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IntercontinentalExchange/NY Board › US DOLLAR INDEX (NYBOT:DX)

82.313 +0.154 (+0.20%)

2014-08-22 16:51:50, 30 min delay

US DOLLAR INDEX (NYBOT:DX) Index Chart
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Last Price82.313
Settle Time16:50
Previous Close77.736
Low82.060
52wk High80.375
52wk Low70.698
Open Time17:45
Net Change0.154
Open82.158
High82.456
Time2014-08-22 16:51:50
52wk High Date2008-09-11
52wk Low Date2008-03-17
Close Time17:30

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