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New York Mercantile ExchangeGOLD Feb 2015 (E) (NYMEX:GC.G15.E)

1277.0 -15.6 (-1.21%)

2015-01-26 07:04:29, 30 min delay

GOLD Feb 2015 (E) (NYMEX:GC.G15.E) Future Chart
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Last Price1277.0
Open1292.8
High1299.2
Volume62,523
Time2015-01-26 07:04:29
Contract High Date2013-04-12
Contract Low Date2014-11-06
First Delivery2015-02-27
Open Time08:20
Settle Time13:52
Previous Close1294.1
Low1275.6
Open Int.157382
Contract High1511.1
Contract Low1132
Estimated Volume23463
Expiration2015-02-25
Close Time13:30

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