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LIVE CATTLE Apr 2013 (E) Future

Chicago Mercantile ExchangeLIVE CATTLE Apr 2013 (E) (CME:LE.J13.E)

128.400 +0.700 (+0.55%)

2013-04-30 17:06:37, 10 min delay

LIVE CATTLE Apr 2013 (E) (CME:LE.J13.E) Future Chart
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Last Price128.400
Settle Time17:06
Previous Close128
Time2013-04-30 17:06:37
Contract High Date2012-12-19
Contract Low Date2013-04-15
Open Time18:00
Net Change0.700
Open Int.3
Contract High138
Contract Low124.5
Close Time17:00

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