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


31.3300 -0.8400 (-2.68%)

2015-01-28 15:59:11, 15 min delay

iShares S&P LATIN AMERICA 40 I (PACF:ILF) Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) Chart
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Last Price31.3300
Previous Close31.3100
Time2015-01-28 15:59:11
Year High Date2015-01-22
Year Low Date2015-01-05
52wk High Date2014-09-03
52wk Low Date2014-12-16
Average Volume533,971
Year High32.77
Year Low30.01
52wk High43.42
52wk Low29.06
Year End Close43.84
Shares Outstanding37,250

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