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S&P 500 INDEX (E-MINI) Jun 2015 (E) Future

Chicago Mercantile ExchangeS&P 500 INDEX (E-MINI) Jun 2015 (E) (CME:ES.M15.E)

2127.25 -0.75 (-0.04%)

2015-05-22 13:19:29, 10 min delay

S&P 500 INDEX (E-MINI) Jun 2015 (E) (CME:ES.M15.E) Future Chart
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Last Price2127.25
Open2129.25
High2131.00
Volume519,394
Time2015-05-22 13:19:29
Contract High Date2015-05-19
Contract Low Date2014-10-15
Expiration2015-06-19
Close Time17:15
Settle Time16:24
Previous Close2128.75
Low2123.00
Open Int.2724877
Contract High2134
Contract Low1798
Estimated Volume227610
Open Time18:00

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