|Gold •15 mins||1,805.80||+0.30||+0.02%|
|Platinum •15 mins||956.70||-13.10||-1.35%|
|WTI Crude •11 mins||46.09||+1.18||+2.63%|
|Gasoline •13 mins||1.272||-0.015||-1.18%|
|Ethanol •14 hours||1.370||-0.040||-2.84%|
|Silver •15 mins||23.26||-0.11||-0.46%|
|Silver • 15 mins||23.26||-0.11||-0.46%|
|Copper • 15 mins||3.366||+0.036||+1.07%|
|Brent Crude • 11 mins||48.13||-0.48||-0.99%|
|Natural Gas • 10 mins||2.923||-0.038||-1.28%|
|Heating Oil • 11 mins||1.373||-0.014||-0.97%|
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