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AEROFLOT GDR 144A /5 RL1 (AETG.MU)

Munich - Munich Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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Previous Close4.0000
Open3.9400
Bid0.0000 x N/A
Ask0.0000 x N/A
Day's Range3.9400 - 3.9400
52 Week Range3.9400 - 3.9400
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