|Gold •10 mins||1,866.10||-12.50||-0.67%|
|Platinum •10 mins||915.90||+0.80||+0.09%|
|WTI Crude •13 hours||90.79||-0.92||-1.00%|
|Gasoline •13 hours||2.440||-0.065||-2.61%|
|Ethanol •12 hours||2.161||+0.000||+0.00%|
|Silver •10 mins||22.45||-0.29||-1.28%|
|Silver • 10 mins||22.45||-0.29||-1.28%|
|Copper • 10 mins||3.738||+0.030||+0.80%|
|Brent Crude • 12 hours||95.31||-0.07||-0.07%|
|Natural Gas • 13 hours||2.929||-0.016||-0.54%|
|Heating Oil • 13 hours||3.362||+0.044||+1.33%|
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