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1 MONTH EURODOLLAR Apr 2015 (E) Future

Chicago Mercantile Exchange1 MONTH EURODOLLAR Apr 2015 (E) (CME:GLB.J15.E)

99.8175 +0.0025 (0.00%)

2015-03-02 15:01:10, 10 min delay

1 MONTH EURODOLLAR Apr 2015 (E) (CME:GLB.J15.E) Future Chart
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Last Price99.8175
Settle Time15:01
Previous Close99.8175
Low99.8075
Time2015-03-02 15:01:10
Contract High Date2015-01-22
Contract Low Date2014-06-10
Expiration2015-04-13
Close Time17:00
Net Change0.0025
Open99.8100
High99.8100
Open Int.2031
Contract High99.825
Contract Low99.73
Estimated Volume205
Open Time18:00

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