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Chicago Board of TradeCORN May 2014 (E) (CBOT:ZC.K14.E)

494.75 -8.50 (-1.70%)

2014-05-14 14:30:32, 10 min delay

CORN May 2014 (E) (CBOT:ZC.K14.E) Future Chart
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Last Price494.75
Open503.25
High505.50
Open Int.6
Contract High676.5
Contract Low414.5
Estimated Volume356
Expiration2014-05-14
Close Time14:15
Settle Time14:30
Previous Close499.5
Low500.00
Time2014-05-14 14:30:32
Contract High Date2012-09-06
Contract Low Date2014-01-10
First Delivery2014-05-16
Open Time20:00

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