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Chicago Mercantile ExchangeEURODOLLAR Dec 2015 (CME:ED.Z15)

99.435 -0.030 (-0.03%)

2015-07-01 12:54:59, 10 min delay

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Last Price99.435
Open Int.1234697
Contract High99.46
Contract Low93.74
Estimated Volume176042
Open Time08:20
Settle Time15:05
Previous Close99.455
Time2015-07-01 12:54:59
Contract High Date2015-05-14
Contract Low Date2006-05-02
Close Time15:00

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