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Do we Have ICE Brent Oil Index in Reuters

I am looking for the ICE BRENT OIL Index which would be used in the cash settlement price determination of ICE B (RIC -- 0#LCO:) I try the futures chain request, did not get something similar to that, also try to request with RIC 0#LCO, but there is no such index existing.

https://www.theice.com/marketdata/reports/77

Could you help me to find out whether there is data source for ICE Brent Oil Index in reuters, and if yes, how could we use the dss to get the eod of day price of it.

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A content inquiry was opened on the client's behalf. It has been completed. Conveying the result for the benefit of the community:

"The RIC to use is .IPCI"

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Hello @kf2449,

The quick way for a developer to search up a RIC is to use:

RIC Search Tool

that is available from the front page of this portal.

(I tried searching for "ICE BRENT OIL INDEX" and have received back 26 results in the "index" category)

The most efficient, as well as the most thorough, approach to getting content/symbology questions answered, is to open a content-related inquiry via

MyRefinitiv

or to call the Refinitiv Help Desk directly.

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So I try the tool you mention above, the index I try to find is a ICE BRENT Cash Settlement Index (Not a trade-able index, but data to tell you the settlement price when you execute cash settlement for ICE Brent, which only published at the last date of the month), all things in the search tool does not match the definition as the link i send. I am wondering whether TR has such data source.