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NATURAL GAS (E-MINI) Dec 2013/Sep 2014 Spread Spread

New York Mercantile Exchange › NATURAL GAS (E-MINI) Dec 2013/Sep 2014 Spread (NYMEX:QG.Z13_U14.E)

-0.115 0.000 (0.00%)

2013-11-21 17:42:59, 30 min delay

NATURAL GAS (E-MINI) Dec 2013/Sep 2014 Spread (NYMEX:QG.Z13_U14.E) Spread Chart
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Settle Time17:42
Contract High0.435
Contract Low-0.195
Open Time18:00
Time2013-11-21 17:42:59
Contract High Date2013-04-18
Contract Low Date2013-11-05
Close Time17:15

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