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PLATINUM Apr 2013 (E) Future

New York Mercantile ExchangePLATINUM Apr 2013 (E) (NYMEX:PL.J13.E)

1475.2 +12.4 (+0.84%)

2013-04-26 13:26:09, 30 min delay

PLATINUM Apr 2013 (E) (NYMEX:PL.J13.E) Future Chart
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1 Year
Max
Last Price1475.2
Settle Time13:26
Previous Close1475.2
Low1440.0
Open Int.3
Contract High1744.5
Contract Low1393.1
Estimated Volume3
Expiration2013-04-26
Close Time13:05
Net Change12.4
Open1440.7
High1440.7
Volume1
Time2013-04-26 13:26:09
Contract High Date2013-02-06
Contract Low Date2012-08-13
First Delivery2013-04-30
Open Time08:20

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