^RUT - RUSSELL 2000 INDEX

Chicago Options - Chicago Options Delayed Price. Currency in USD
1,519.163330
+2.401733 (+0.158346%)
At close: 1:20PM EST
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Previous Close1,516.761597
Open1,517.407959
Volume0
Day's Range1,516.520630 - 1,521.382812
52 Week Range1,308.849976 - 1,524.180054
Avg. Volume32,633,842
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