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SOYBEANS Jul 2015 (E) Future

Chicago Board of TradeSOYBEANS Jul 2015 (E) (CBOT:ZS.N15.E)

970.75 -9.25 (-0.95%)

2015-04-24 14:30:27, 10 min delay

SOYBEANS Jul 2015 (E) (CBOT:ZS.N15.E) Future Chart
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Last Price970.75
Open980.00
High983.00
Volume105,874
Time2015-04-24 14:30:27
Contract High Date2012-09-04
Contract Low Date2014-10-01
First Delivery2015-07-16
Open Time20:00
Settle Time14:30
Previous Close970
Low968.50
Open Int.345415
Contract High1301
Contract Low935.25
Estimated Volume26887
Expiration2015-07-14
Close Time14:15

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