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  • New Symbol Format for FTSE Index Options

    Dear Subscriber,

    Our records indicate that you currently subscribe to the ICE Futures Europe Financial (ICL) Exchange. Please note that effective March 1, 2017 the symbol format for FTSE Index Options data on this exchange will be changing in order to properly display the data in the Index/Equities Options format. Currently data is displayed in the Futures Options format. The new format requires a significant change in symbology including a new prefix, root, and suffix. Below please find an example of the new symbol format effective March 1, 2017:

    Old Symbol New Symbol
    Z J7C7500-ICL O:ESX 17D7500.00-ICO
    Z H7P6600-ICL O:ESX 17O6600.00-ICO
    Z M7P6900-ICL O:ESX 17R6900.00-ICO
    Z H7C7400-ICL O:ESX 17C7400.00-ICO
    Z G7P7025-ICL O:ESX 17N7025.00-ICO

    For current subscribers no additional entitlements are needed to view this data.

    For a complete list of impacted symbols please click here (Excel format).

    The underlying symbol will be correctly mapped to the FTSE Index ($UKX-FTSE). Users will be able to right click the FTSE Index symbol (subscription required) in order to display FTSE Options in the Option Chain window. As an added benefit, FLX Weekly Options will be supported as part of this change.

    If you have any questions about this change please contact our support team.

    Thank you,
    Ray P.
    ICE Data Services
    Last edited by Ray P.; 01-31-2017, 02:30 PM.

  • #2
    Due to a technical issue, the change below has been rolled back and will be rescheduled for a later date. We will provide an update once more information becomes available.

    Thank you,
    Ray P.
    ICE Data Services

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    • #3
      This change has been rescheduled for March 13th, 2017. If you have any questions about this change please contact our support team.

      Thank you,
      Ray P.
      ICE Data Services

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