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US Crude Feb & Mar 2019 Options Missing

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I am unable to see above products under Finder as well as in my watchlist "US Crude Options", in the Old Platform. Basically, they have disappeared. I can see them in the New Platform but they keep disappearing in the Watchlist even if I keep adding them. I believe it keeps removing itself as they are not available in the Old Platform. Also, the API is not pulling data for these products, again I believe its linked to Old Platform hence unable to pull the data.

Anyone having the same issue?

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