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NY HARBOR ULSD HEATING OIL Apr 2015 (E) Future

New York Mercantile ExchangeNY HARBOR ULSD HEATING OIL Apr 2015 (E) (NYMEX:HO.J15.E)

1.8962 -0.0775 (-3.94%)

2015-03-02 16:40:19, 30 min delay

NY HARBOR ULSD HEATING OIL Apr 2015 (E) (NYMEX:HO.J15.E) Future Chart
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Last Price1.8962
Open1.9745
High1.9745
Volume50,186
Time2015-03-02 16:40:19
Contract High Date2014-06-19
Contract Low Date2015-01-14
First Delivery2015-04-29
Open Time09:00
Settle Time14:30
Previous Close1.9678
Low1.8831
Open Int.101625
Contract High3.0315
Contract Low1.548
Estimated Volume14876
Expiration2015-03-31
Close Time14:30

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