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Looking for a few things in the IG Api: Option Quotes, Available Strike Price Options for an Instrument


Guest Luca Rughani Jeevanjee

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Guest Luca Rughani Jeevanjee

Hey there everyone,

I'm developing an app and I was wondering if I am just missing some things or if they are not available.

Firstly, I'm looking for a way to get the current level of an option before I put it on so I can check its impact on P&L, for example when fetching option positions this is under the `level` data item. 

Secondly, I'm looking for a way to get the available strike prices for an instrument in a given expiry for example the FTSE100 for DEC-21 would have: 7200, 7000, 6800 etc. I would be able to do this by getting a list of the epics for the FTSE but the option epics do not show up when searching for a market so this is not able to be done.

Thanks in Advance!

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