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

2126.06 -4.76 (-0.22%)

2015-05-22 16:17:17, 10 min delay

S&P 500 CASH (CME:SP500) Index Chart
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Last Price2126.06
Open2130.36
High2132.15
Volume423,404,675
52wk High2134.72
52wk Low1820.66
Settle Time16:32
Previous Close2126.06
Low2126.06
Time2015-05-22 16:17:17
52wk High Date2015-05-20
52wk Low Date2014-10-15

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