Hi i am new to RIC and need some understanding on the RIC codes for India exchanges (NS/BO). Many scripts have their RIC ending with f.NS, ol.NS, ss.NS and more.
it will be really helpful if someone could point me to a location where i could get an understanding of these codes.
“RIC” is used to describe the unique codes used by Thomson Reuters to identify a piece of data. The composition of a RIC is dependent on the type of instrument.
An equity RIC has several components: the Equity RIC root is in upper case, brokerage characters in lower case (if applicable), and finally an exchange identifier.
Therefore, .NS is a National Stock Exchange. f, ol, and ss are brokerage characters. The brokerage characters for Indian Stock Exchange include:
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