LC=F - future for LC, October, 2018, t

CME - CME Delayed Price. Currency in USX
113.30
-0.12 (-0.11%)
As of 11:46AM EDT. Market open.
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2018-10-31
Open113.25
Bid113.28
Last Price113.43
Day's Range113.18 - 113.57
Volume9,526
Ask113.32
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