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US 10 Year T-Note Futures - Mar 17 (TYH7)

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124.76 +0.30    +0.24%
17/02 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Financial Future
Month: Mar 17

  • Prev. Close: 124.46
  • Open: 124.43
  • Day's Range: 124.35 - 124.90
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US 10Y T-Note 124.76 +0.30 +0.24%

US 10 Year T-Note Futures Contracts

 
Find the last, change, open, high, low and previous close for each US 10 Year T-Note Futures future CFDs contract. Click on the links column icons (Q C O) for quotes, charts, options and historical market data for each future contract - as well as the US 10 Year T-Note Futures Cash. (Price quotes for US 10 Year T-Note Futures are delayed by at least 10 minutes, as per exchange requirements).

10-Year T-Note (P) Contracts
Delayed Futures - 20:46 - Thursday, January 12th
 MonthLastChg.OpenHighLowVolumeTimeChart
Mar 17 124-225s+0-0800-000124-225124-225107074802/17/17Q / C / O
Jun 17 124-050s+0-0850-000124-050124-05011150202/17/17Q / C / O
Sep 17 123-255s+0-0850-000123-255123-255002/17/17Q / C / O

   
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Gerry Ven
Gerry Ven Feb 16, 2017 3:29AM GMT
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Inflation, the feds will never have to raise rates because the credit markets will fail before hand.
Star Bucks
Star Bucks Jan 30, 2017 6:24PM GMT
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Anyone know why price is going down?
future onfutures
future onfutures Feb 13, 2017 8:15PM GMT
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because it has to go up
Dannii Thax
TraderThax Jan 23, 2017 12:10AM GMT
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yields fell quite a bit, price here should go up...or continue to go up
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