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MSCI EAFE INDEX (MINI) Mar 2013 (E) Future

NY Liffe › MSCI EAFE INDEX (MINI) Mar 2013 (E) (NYLF:MFS.H13.E)

1713.66 +11.26 (+0.66%)

2013-03-15 15:18:41, 0 min delay

MSCI EAFE INDEX (MINI) Mar 2013 (E) (NYLF:MFS.H13.E) Future Chart
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Last Price1713.66
Settle Time15:18
Previous Close1709.3
Open Int.28076
Contract High1709.8
Contract Low1555.7
Close Time17:00
Net Change11.26
Time2013-03-15 15:18:41
Contract High Date2013-03-15
Contract Low Date2012-12-03
Open Time03:00

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