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Chicago Board of TradeWHEAT Jul 2015 (CBOT:W.N15)

498.25 +9.00 (+1.84%)

2015-04-17 14:30:36, 10 min delay

WHEAT Jul 2015 (CBOT:W.N15) Future Chart
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Last Price498.25
Settle Time14:30
Previous Close488.25
Open Int.253361
Contract High727
Contract Low486
Estimated Volume67811
Close Time14:15
Net Change9.00
Time2015-04-17 14:30:36
Contract High Date2014-04-28
Contract Low Date2015-03-06
First Delivery2015-08-11
Open Time09:30

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