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Chicago Board of TradeWHEAT Sep 2015 (E) (CBOT:ZW.U15.E)

590.50 +2.00 (+0.34%)

2015-07-02 01:09:17, 10 min delay

WHEAT Sep 2015 (E) (CBOT:ZW.U15.E) Future Chart
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Last Price590.50
Settle Time14:30
Previous Close587
Low586.25
Open Int.224392
Contract High763
Contract Low469.25
Estimated Volume46623
Expiration2015-09-14
Close Time14:15
Net Change2.00
Open588.00
High592.50
Volume3,599
Time2015-07-02 01:09:17
Contract High Date2014-05-07
Contract Low Date2015-05-05
First Delivery2015-09-11
Open Time20:00

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