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How is Iron Ore Commodities Interest Calculated with no futures markets?

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There is a futures market for IO as you can see below. At the moment we are using the most liquid Sep and Jan contracts to price the undated which you can read about here https://www.ig.com/uk/commodities.

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On 17/06/2019 at 19:42, JamesIG said:

There is a futures market for IO as you can see below. At the moment we are using the most liquid Sep and Jan contracts to price the undated which you can read about here https://www.ig.com/uk/commodities.

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Hi James, I want to get access to the platform you are using so that i can see more detailed futures market. Are you able to help me on how to get it?

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Hi Rob - this is a Bloomberg terminal and therefore unfortunately it isn't accessible unless you have one. There is a number of websites out there which provide similar information though.  

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