Hi, I've recently been given an assignment for uni that part of it involves getting the prices on, for one example, a 30-day interbank cash rate futures contract, now just to ensure im looking at the right price (if we dont get the right price on the correct day our assignment doesnt work) I was hoping someone more informed would be able to tell me if what im looking at is the correct thing.
I go to the asx website
on the left hand side i click on 'futures and options'
then i click on the 'interest rate futures & Options'
then I click on '30 day interbank cash rate futures and options'
then i click on 'delayed prices - 30 day interbank cash rate futures'
I was wondering what the 'delayed prices' means also if anyone has an idea?
if you're wondering why I dont ask my lecturer its because he's not a nice fellow nor is he approachable and I'm sure he'd give me a patronizing look as he explained it from his pedestal on top of the world.
So thank you to anyone who can help me with this