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What is the difference between RIC Codces that end with =X?

Hi,

On our overnight file, we are receiving some instruments that have the the same trade date, description and rate, but the RIC Code is slightly different. The below is an example. Can someone tell me what is the difference if any between these 2 RIC Codes?

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@mmnookin,

I'm not a data specialist, but from a look in Eikon we see that:

  • AUDOND=X is the snapshot overnight price, contributed by Thomson Reuters
  • AUDOND= is the overnight price, it has various contributors (HSBC, KBC, etc.)

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