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Chicago Board of TradeSOYBEANS Jan 2014 (CBOT:S.F14)

1339.00 +12.25 (+0.91%)

2014-01-14 13:14:42, 10 min delay

SOYBEANS Jan 2014 (CBOT:S.F14) Future Chart
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Last Price1339.00
Settle Time13:14
Previous Close1339
Low1297.00
Open Int.260
Contract High1401
Contract Low1170.5
Estimated Volume333
Expiration2014-01-14
Close Time14:15
Net Change12.25
Open1297.00
High1297.00
Volume320
Time2014-01-14 13:14:42
Contract High Date2013-09-03
Contract Low Date2013-08-07
First Delivery2014-01-16
Open Time09:30

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