Pavel Hála

New data: ICE Canola

Published January 21, 2021

We plan to widen the scope of our data offerings in the future. And we are starting today with the very important oilseed, which is canola.

Canola is processed into vegetable oil, animal feed, and lately biofuels, especially biodiesel.

It trades on the US venue of the Intercontinental Exchange under the ticker RS. One key difference against most ICE US commodities is that the canola contract is denominated in Canadian dollars. We summarized the most important information in the following table:


Contract name Canola futures

Exchange ICE US

Ticker RS

Expiration months F, H, K, N, X

Currency CAD

Contract size 20 tons

Point value C$20

Tick size / value 0.1 / C$2

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