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CRUDE OIL (E-MINI) May 2015 (E) Future

New York Mercantile ExchangeCRUDE OIL (E-MINI) May 2015 (E) (NYMEX:QM.K15.E)

50.050 -1.375 (-2.70%)

2015-03-27 11:23:40, 30 min delay

CRUDE OIL (E-MINI) May 2015 (E) (NYMEX:QM.K15.E) Future Chart
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Last Price50.050
Time2015-03-27 11:23:40
Contract High Date2014-07-09
Contract Low Date2015-03-18
First Delivery2015-05-31
Open Time18:00
Settle Time17:47
Previous Close51
Open Int.3895
Contract High96.6
Contract Low44.025
Estimated Volume6213
Close Time17:15

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