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10 YEAR T-NOTES Mar 2013 (E) Future

Chicago Board of Trade10 YEAR T-NOTES Mar 2013 (E) (CBOT:ZN.H13.E)

132.796875 +0.359375 (+0.27%)

2013-03-19 17:15:19, 10 min delay

10 YEAR T-NOTES Mar 2013 (E) (CBOT:ZN.H13.E) Future Chart
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Max
Last Price132.796875
Settle Time17:15
Previous Close132.796875
Low132.343750
Time2013-03-19 17:15:19
Contract High Date2012-12-06
Contract Low Date2012-09-17
Expiration2013-03-19
Close Time17:00
Net Change0.359375
Open132.421875
High132.875000
Open Int.18408
Contract High134.03125
Contract Low130.328125
First Delivery2013-03-28
Open Time18:00

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Company will stop selling guardrails after $175 million jury verdict, demand by regulators

19 hours ago

DALLAS (AP) — A Texas company is stopping shipments of a common highway-guardrail system and conducting more crash tests after it lost a $175 million jury verdict. Trinity Industries Inc. says that it would stop selling the ET-Plus system until testing is complete. Earlier this week, a jury in federal district court in Marshall, Texas, decided Trinity should pay at least $175 million for misleading regulators. A whistle-blower charged that the company changed the design of caps that go on the ends of the guardrails but didn't tell regulators until several years later. Trinity criticized the decision and hinted that it would appeal.

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