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Sep 399'0 390'0 391'4 -6'6
Dec 413'0 404'2 405'2 -6'6
Mar 426'0 418'0 419'0 -6'2
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Aug 91.925 90.650 91.400 -0.275
Oct 74.350 72.850 74.025 0.350
Dec 66.000 64.925 65.725 -0.175
  High Low Last Chg
Aug 1101'0 1089'0 1099'2 1'2
Sep 1043'6 1030'2 1041'6 2'4
Nov 1046'2 1031'6 1043'6 2'0

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