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1,836.10-6.50 (-0.35%)
收市價: 04:59PM EST
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前日交易結算
交易結算日期2022-02-24
開市1,840.60
買盤1,836.00
收市價1,842.60
今日波幅1,828.40 - 1,843.70
成交量221,210
賣出價1,836.40
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  • Reuters

    How a Russian-Ukraine conflict might hit global markets

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  • Bloomberg

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