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24/05 - Delayed Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index Future
Underlying: BSE Sensex
  • Prev. Close: 30,300.00
  • Open: 30,465.00
  • Day's Range: 30,300.00 - 30,300.00
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Prev. Close30,300
MonthJun 17
Tick Size5
Contract Size$1 x Sensex
Tick Value5
Day's Range30,300 - 30,300
Settlement TypeN/A
Base SymbolFSEN
52 wk Range25,765 - 30,660
Settlement Day06/29/2017
Point Value1 = $1
1-Year Change20%
Last Rollover Day05/21/2017

Technical Summary

Type Daily Weekly Monthly
Moving Averages Buy Buy Buy
Technical Indicators BUY Strong Buy Strong Buy
Summary Buy Strong Buy Strong Buy

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