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Chicago Mercantile ExchangeLEAN HOGS Aug 2015 (CME:LH.Q15)

76.000 -0.375 (-0.49%)

2015-07-06 14:08:06, 10 min delay

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Last Price76.000
Open Int.77044
Contract High95.15
Contract Low71.3
Estimated Volume13340
Open Time10:05
Settle Time14:08
Previous Close76.1
Time2015-07-06 14:08:06
Contract High Date2014-11-25
Contract Low Date2015-06-29
Close Time14:00

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