Forex pairs available for Oanda REST Python API

(Last Updated On: May 22, 2019)

These are the only forex pairs that gives any data for the Python/REST API call of InstrumentsOrderBook. The good is these have liquidity/volume and low spread. My new Python script will give breakdown of total short vs longs at any time called.

Can get order book from
AUD_JPY
USD_CAD
EUR_CHF
GBP_USD
USD_CHF
AUD_USD
GBP_CHF
EUR_AUD
USD_JPY
EUR_USD
NZD_USD
EUR_JPY
GBP_JPY
EUR_GBP

Sort of like this https://marketplace.oanda.com/products/open-position-ratios

Be contrarion according to this?

Open Position Ratios (FX Brokerages)

Or ignore? https://www.forexlive.com/Orders/!/against-retail-position-ratio-charts-20140625

What this link discounts is that most trades do not go outside of the Oanda networks esp on higher volume pairs!

 

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