Chicago Board of Trade › ETHANOL Jan 2014 (E) (CBOT:EH.F14.E)
1.875 +0.014 (+0.75%)
2013-12-05 11:03:33, 10 min delay
|Contract High Date||2012-11-27|
|Contract Low Date||2013-10-02|
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