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NIKKEI 225 INDEX $ INDEX Sep 2013 (E) Future

Chicago Mercantile ExchangeNIKKEI 225 INDEX $ INDEX Sep 2013 (E) (CME:NKD.U13.E)

14323.29 -6.71 (-0.05%)

2013-09-13 17:12:22, 10 min delay

NIKKEI 225 INDEX $ INDEX Sep 2013 (E) (CME:NKD.U13.E) Future Chart
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Last Price14323.29
Open Int.28940
Contract High16120
Contract Low11060
Estimated Volume3380
Open Time18:00
Settle Time17:12
Previous Close14323.29
Time2013-09-13 17:12:22
Contract High Date2013-05-22
Contract Low Date2013-02-11
Close Time17:15

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