CME futures historical data FIX decoder?

(Last Updated On: April 14, 2016)
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CME futures historical data FIX decoder?

Anyone know about this data? It looks like a lot of it is not current which is expected.

Not only that, there is a SDK to decode this FIX format.

UGH..there needs to be a better way for historical futures data.

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