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CORN (MINI) Dec 2015 (E) Future

Chicago Board of TradeCORN (MINI) Dec 2015 (E) (CBOT:XC.Z15.E)

437.250 +5.500 (+1.27%)

2015-07-02 13:45:46, 10 min delay

CORN (MINI) Dec 2015 (E) (CBOT:XC.Z15.E) Future Chart
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Last Price437.250
Settle Time13:45
Previous Close434.750
Open Int.5097
Contract High549.5
Contract Low361
Estimated Volume213
Close Time14:45
Net Change5.500
Time2015-07-02 13:45:46
Contract High Date2013-06-19
Contract Low Date2015-06-15
First Delivery2016-01-05
Open Time20:00

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