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Is there a universal RIC structure to subscribe to L1 and L2 across SEA markets?

Hi,


I am trying to find a way to subscribe to L1 and L2 RICs individually, and together, but I am failing to see a universal RIC structure across all SEA venues. Is there any?


Sample for Individual RIC:

  • For Shenzhen, I am using <Symbol>.SZh (L1) and <Symbol>.SZhd (L2), hence I am trying to follow this format across SEA venues.
  • But for Singapore Derivatives, I only found <SNUH0> (L1) and <0#SNUH0> (L2), and no suffixes like Shenzhen.

And for subscribing to both L1 and L2 using same RIC, I was told that the hashtag 0 (#0) RIC will provide this, but this does not appear to be applicable to all markets, correct?


Context: I'm trying to find a way to subscribe to L1 and L2 tick by tick data through a uniform RIC across SEA markets.


Thank you very much for the help in advance!

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Hi @jfajardo Is this for all asset classes or just derivatives?


I ask as the suffix exists for equities and equity-like instruments, for futures there isn't a suffix.





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Hi Tim - I'm trying to do this for both equities and derivatives. I was hoping to have a universal RIC for the two classes, but I also understand that yeah there can be a difference between the two.


Regards,

Jayson

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