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Feeder Cattle May 21 (FCK21.CME)

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143.725-1.025 (-0.71%)
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Pre. SettlementN/A
Settlement Date2021-05-28
Open144.325
Bid143.000
Last Price144.750
Day's Range143.200 - 144.400
Volume57
Ask145.250
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