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FEEDER CATTLE Apr 2014 Future

Chicago Mercantile ExchangeFEEDER CATTLE Apr 2014 (CME:FC.J14)

178.57 +0.02 (+0.01%)

2014-04-21 10:26:49, 10 min delay

FEEDER CATTLE Apr 2014 (CME:FC.J14) Future Chart
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Last Price178.57
Settle Time10:26
Previous Close178.57
Open Int.1884
Contract High180
Contract Low157.9
Estimated Volume856
Open Time10:05
Net Change0.02
Time2014-04-21 10:26:49
Contract High Date2014-04-14
Contract Low Date2013-08-28
Close Time14:00

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