Chicago Board of Trade › CORN May 2015 (CBOT:C.K15)
379.75 +3.50 (+0.93%)
2015-04-01 11:58:25, 10 min delay
|Contract High Date||2014-04-30|
|Contract Low Date||2014-09-30|
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