TradingView introduces several updates on Eurex futures data
TradingView is introducing several updates on the futures data from Eurex, the leading European derivatives exchange.
- Settlement price
You can now switch between Settlement and Last prices as the closing value of the contracts. To do this, just press the “SET” button at the bottom of the chart or check the “Use settlement as close on daily interval” box in the settings.
The Settlement price is calculated by the exchange at the end of a trading day based on the averages of final asks and bids. It will help you better understand the gains and losses of your position, but note that settlement price is not reflected on intraday intervals.
You can now back-adjust previous contracts in continuous Eurex futures — this will remove the roll gap that happens due to price differences for different contracts.
This feature can be activated with “B-ADJ” button at the bottom of the chart or in the settings in the “Adjust for contracts changes” checkbox.
- Open interest
Finally, TradingView added the ability to track the Open interest value for Eurex futures — it shows the total number of outstanding derivative contracts that have not been settled and will help you better evaluate futures. To see this data, open the Indicators, Metrics & Strategies menu and choose the Open interest indicator.
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