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Your ESM contracts will financially settle against the opening print of each stock in the S&P 500 today. However, know that the margin for those contracts will remain tied up for a week or so. If you had "hedged" the ESM with ESU you would now have a naked ESU position.
I have been wondering upon this subject myself and was just comparing the end minute bars of the last 3 ES's (12-4, 3-15, 6-15) with the S&P 500 index price. If you would be so kind, please let us know what happens. I am especially interested in how they calculated the exit. I know the 06-15 stopped trading on the stroke of 8:30 CT.