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Shriram
2018-04-12 23:43:31


Dear All,

I wanted the Dow Futures Closing quote and the CBOE MSCI Emerging Markets Quote (Ticker is MXEF) from 18 MAy 2015 to 12Apr 2018 for 3:30 AM GMT (11:30 PM ET) and 10 AM GMT (6:00 AM ET).
This is for my analysis on the Indian markets which correspond to these times of opening and close. Prefer the data in excel or csv format. Can anyone help

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Asterix



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