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CORN Sep 2014/Dec 2014 Spread Spread

Chicago Board of Trade › CORN Sep 2014/Dec 2014 Spread (CBOT:ZC.U14_Z14.E)

-4.25 +5.00 (0.00%)

2014-09-12 12:50:40, 10 min delay

CORN Sep 2014/Dec 2014 Spread (CBOT:ZC.U14_Z14.E) Spread Chart
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Net Change5.00
Volume298
Contract High30
Contract Low-12
Open Time20:00
Settle Time15:28
Time2014-09-12 12:50:40
Contract High Date2012-07-06
Contract Low Date2014-08-10
Close Time14:15

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