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Chicago Mercantile Exchange › S&P 500 CASH (CME:SP500)

1864.85 +2.54 (+0.14%)

2014-04-17 16:19:46, 10 min delay

S&P 500 CASH (CME:SP500) Index Chart
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Last Price1864.85
Settle Time16:31
Previous Close1864.85
Low1856.72
Time2014-04-17 16:19:46
52wk High Date2014-04-04
52wk Low Date2013-04-22
Net Change2.54
Open1861.73
High1869.63
Volume665,615,631
52wk High1897.28
52wk Low1548.19

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