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Chicago Board of TradeWHEAT May 2013 (CBOT:W.K13)

701.5 0.0 (0.00%)

2013-05-14 13:28:37, 10 min delay

WHEAT May 2013 (CBOT:W.K13) Future Chart
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Last Price701.5
Open697.0
High697.0
Volume47
Time2013-05-14 13:28:37
Contract High Date2012-08-21
Contract Low Date2013-04-01
First Delivery2013-06-11
Open Time09:30
Settle Time13:28
Previous Close701.5
Low697.0
Open Int.47
Contract High918
Contract Low661.5
Estimated Volume47
Expiration2013-05-14
Close Time14:15

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