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Real Order Flow on Nikkei 225 futures

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Real Order Flow on Nikkei 225 futures


I have been paper trading the Nikkei 225 mini from Osaka exchange for some months.

I know this product is traded in many exchanges (SGX, CME and OSE)

The major volume is traded on OSE (Nikkei 225 large and mini)

I know the most liquid is the OSE Nikkei 225 mini, and it has the greater volume in regard of quantity of contracts traded.

But if you see the trading value negotiated, the Nikkei 225 Large has almost the same trading value because the Large contract is ten times bigger.

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I have market data only of the nikkei 225 mini. I see the order flow occurring on the nikkei 225 mini many times, but there are also several times that it seems that the nikkei mini is being carried by some other product (probabily due to arbitrage).

Do you guys (mainly who has market data of the large contracts) know if the real flow (institutional) is executed on the large contracts as well? (So that the Large contract sometimes will carry the mini contract). Or in the majority of time the real flow is just on the mini?

I know some products (for example Brazil's Ibovespa Futures) that the real order flow happens on borh mini and large contracts, so Brazilian traders look at both when trading.

Thank you!

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Nikkei 225 ,,large'' is not only bigger but have also different tick.10 points vs 5 on mini.Thats change a lot.Indeed its mostly driven by institutions .Stick with mini - better charts,better trading.Few brokers give you data for big one's- like IB or Saxo bank but its not even close by a mile to mini.Mini is the best if you really want to trade Nikkei

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