In order to implement a method of an Interface, all you have to do is give it the same name. There is no base implementation in an interface, so there is no base implementation to override. When deriving from an (abstract) class that does have implementation, the override keyword comes into play.
In your case, this would be...
class instrument1: MarketData
Instrument instrument = new Instrument();
public void GetMarketData()
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