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Last Price17828.24
Settle Time13:47
Previous Close17827.75
Time2014-11-28 13:02:27
52wk High Date2014-11-21
52wk Low Date2014-02-05
Net Change0.49
52wk High17894.83
52wk Low15340.69

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