|Gold •10 mins||1,829.90||-21.50||-1.16%|
|Platinum •10 mins||1,078.70||-47.70||-4.23%|
|WTI Crude •1 day||52.36||-1.21||-2.26%|
|Gasoline •1 day||1.528||-0.026||-1.64%|
|Ethanol •1 day||1.630||-0.108||-6.21%|
|Silver •10 mins||24.87||-0.94||-3.63%|
|Silver • 10 mins||24.87||-0.94||-3.63%|
|Copper • 10 mins||3.602||-0.063||-1.71%|
|Brent Crude • 1 day||55.10||-1.32||-2.34%|
|Natural Gas • 1 day||2.737||+0.071||+2.66%|
|Heating Oil • 1 day||1.593||-0.027||-1.64%|
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