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|390 - BidID ● #||Optional String|
Unique identifier for Bid Response as assigned by sell-side (broker, exchange, ECN). Uniqueness must be guaranteed within a single trading day.
|391 - ClientBidID ● #||Optional String|
Unique identifier for a Bid Request as assigned by institution. Uniqueness must be guaranteed within a single trading day.
|420 - NoBidComponents ● #||Required NumInGroup|
Number of bid repeating groups Indicates the number of list entries.
|66 - ListID ● #||Optional String|
Unique identifier for list as assigned by institution, used to associate multiple individual orders. Uniqueness must be guaranteed within a single trading day. Firms which generate multi-day orders should consider embedding a date within the ListID field to assure uniqueness across days.
|421 - Country ● #||Optional Country|
ISO Country Code ISO Country Code in field
|54 - Side ● #||Optional char|
When used in response to a "Disclosed" request indicates whether SideValue1 is Buy or Sell. SideValue2 can be derived by inference. Side of order (see Volume : "Glossary" for value definitions)
|44 - Price ● #||Optional Price|
Second element of price Price per unit of quantity (e.g. per share)
|423 - PriceType ● #||Optional int|
Code to represent the price type. For Financing transactions PriceType implies the "repo type" – Fixed or Floating – 9 (Yield) or 6 (Spread) respectively - and Price (44) gives the corresponding "repo rate".
|406 - FairValue ● #||Optional Amt|
The difference between the value of a future and the value of the underlying equities after allowing for the discounted cash flows associated with the underlying stocks (E.g. Dividends etc). Used in EFP trades
|430 - NetGrossInd ● #||Optional int|
Net/Gross Code to represent whether value is net (inclusive of tax) or gross.
|63 - SettlType ● #||Optional String|
Indicates order settlement period. If present, SettlDate (64) overrides this field. If both SettlType (63) and SettDate (64) are omitted, the default for SettlType (63) is 0 (Regular)
Regular is defined as the default settlement period for the particular security on the exchange of execution.
In Fixed Income the contents of this field may influence the instrument definition if the SecurityID (48) is ambiguous. In the US an active Treasury offering may be re-opened, and for a time one CUSIP will apply to both the current and "when-issued" securities. Supplying a value of "7" clarifies the instrument description; any other value or the absence of this field should cause the respondent to default to the active issue.
Additionally the following patterns may be uses as well as enum values
|64 - SettlDate ● #||Optional LocalMktDate|
Takes precedence over SettlType value and conditionally required/omitted for specific SettlType values. Specific date of trade settlement (SettlementDate) in YYYYMMDD format. If present, this field overrides SettlType (63). This field is required if the value of SettlType (63) is 6 (Future) or 8 (Sellers Option). This field must be omitted if the value of SettlType (63) is 7 (When and If Issued). (expressed in local time at place of settlement)
|336 - TradingSessionID ● #||Optional String|
Identifier for Trading Session. A trading session spans an extended period of time that can also be expressed informally in terms of the trading day. Usage is determined by market or counterparties. To specify good for session where session spans more than one calendar day, use TimeInForce = Day in conjunction with TradingSessionID. Bilaterally agreed values of data type "String" that start with a character can be used for backward compatibility.
|625 - TradingSessionSubID ● #||Optional String|
Optional market assigned sub identifier for a trading session. Usage is determined by market or counterparties. Used by US based futures markets to identify exchange specific execution time bracket codes as required by US market regulations.
|58 - Text ● #||Optional String|
Free format text string. Note: this field does not have a specified maximum length
|354 - EncodedTextLen ● #||Optional Length|
Must be set if EncodedText field is specified and must immediately precede it. Byte length of encoded (non-ASCII characters) EncodedText (355) field.
|355 - EncodedText ● #||Optional data|
Encoded (non-ASCII characters) representation of the Text field in the encoded format specified via the MessageEncoding field. Encoded (non-ASCII characters) representation of the Text (58) field in the encoded format specified via the MessageEncoding (347) field. If used, the ASCII (English) representation should also be specified in the Text field.
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