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Where can can I see delayed london option prices?The ICE website appear to have removed them.

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Where can can I see delayed london option prices?The ICE website appear to have removed them.


Good luck with that, they doubled the live feed price on Z as well. Also the pricing seems to be less attractive as well now.
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i agree ICE have in recent years made it expensive to access any of their futures exchanges for the retail trader.

You may want to consider WebICE their own proprietary front end. I know you have to pay for access, but I'm very sure there is a some sort of offset mechanism where any trades you do reduce/offset that fee but unfortunately I can not find/google a link to support/show that.

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i agree ICE have in recent years made it expensive to access any of their futures exchanges for the retail trader.

You may want to consider WebICE their own proprietary front end. I know you have to pay for access, but I'm very sure there is a some sort of offset mechanism where any trades you do reduce/offset that fee but unfortunately I can not find/google a link to support/show that.

A friend of mine always used the delayed data, I will see if he has found another free site.
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Found It.

Unfortunately this would imply the rebate/offset or 'minimum commission' only applys to their 'Swap2Future' ("S2F") products.

I believe all of their S2F products are the original ICE legacy "Over The Counter" ("OTC") products from before they bought IPE, NYBOT, NYSE etc etc. These all became cleared futures as part of the Dodd Frank Reform. While some of these do trade actively electronically (Henry Hub Natural Gas being the most obvious) many of these products still really only trade OTC and are then block cleared through ICE.

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