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RUSSIAN RUBLE Sep 2014 (E) Future

Chicago Mercantile ExchangeRUSSIAN RUBLE Sep 2014 (E) (CME:6R.U14.E)

0.02710 +0.00033 (+1.21%)

2014-04-17 17:17:05, 10 min delay

RUSSIAN RUBLE Sep 2014 (E) (CME:6R.U14.E) Future Chart
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Last Price0.02710
Settle Time17:17
Previous Close0.02717
Open Int.8296
Contract High0.03167
Contract Low0.02288
Estimated Volume12
Open Time18:00
Net Change0.00033
Open0.02678
High0.02715
Time2014-04-17 17:17:05
Contract High Date2011-08-01
Contract Low Date2009-10-01
Expiration2014-09-15
Close Time17:00

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