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iShares S&P LATIN AMERICA 40 I Exchange Traded Fund (ETF)


24.76 +0.33 (+1.35%)

2015-10-08 15:48:16, 15 min delay

iShares S&P LATIN AMERICA 40 I (PACF:ILF) Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) Chart
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Last Price24.76
Year High33.26
Year Low21.5
52wk High39.01
52wk Low21.5
Year End Close43.84
Shares Outstanding37,250
Net Change0.33
Previous Close24.43
Time2015-10-08 15:48:16
Year High Date2015-04-28
Year Low Date2015-09-24
52wk High Date2014-10-13
52wk Low Date2015-09-24
Average Volume891,382

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