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COTTON #2 Mar 2015 (E) Future

IntercontinentalExchange/NY BoardCOTTON #2 Mar 2015 (E) (NYBOT:CT.H15.E)

60.42 +0.39 (+0.65%)

2014-11-28 11:31:05, 30 min delay

COTTON #2 Mar 2015 (E) (NYBOT:CT.H15.E) Future Chart
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Last Price60.42
Settle Time14:24
Previous Close59.79
Low59.81
Open Int.125958
Contract High83.77
Contract Low58.53
Estimated Volume2442
Expiration2015-03-09
Close Time14:15
Net Change0.39
Open59.81
High60.71
Volume4,741
Time2014-11-28 11:31:05
Contract High Date2014-05-08
Contract Low Date2014-11-24
First Delivery2015-03-23
Open Time10:30

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