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DJ EASTERN EUROPE STOCK INDEX Index

INDEX › DJ EASTERN EUROPE STOCK INDEX (INDEX:E3DOW)

608.34 -0.28 (-0.05%)

2014-12-22 09:34:04, 0 min delay

DJ EASTERN EUROPE STOCK INDEX (INDEX:E3DOW) Index Chart
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Last Price608.34
Open607.00
High613.31
Time2014-12-22 09:34:04
52wk High Date2014-06-19
52wk Low Date2014-10-16
Settle Time16:45
Previous Close608.62
Low606.89
52wk High697.8
52wk Low565.28

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