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TRUM – Section 6.6

Data fields related to interval for primary and secondary allocation processes

This section includes the following fields:

47. Position
48. Quantity
49. Price amount
50. Bid quantity
51. Bid price amount

 

Data Field No (47) Position

No. Field Identifier Description
47 Position The relative position of a period within an interval.

 

Description of Accepted Values Type Length Examples
The relative position must be expressed as a numeric integer value beginning with 1. All leading zeros must be suppressed. The maximum number of characters is 6.
1
2
3

999999
Integer Maximum 6 1

 

This information provides the relative position of a period within an interval.

This field is mandatory if available.

 

Data Field No (48) Quantity

No. Field Identifier Description
48 Quantity The quantity that has been allocated in the primary auction. The quantity that has been assigned to the nomination party for secondary rights.

 

Description of Accepted Values Type Length Examples
The maximum length of this information is 17 numeric characters (decimal mark included). The number of decimal places identifying the fractional part of the quantity depends on local market rules. Numeric Maximum 17 10.8

 

This information defines the quantity that has been assigned to the nomination party for the interval in question and that is expressed in the Measurement Unit. A decimal point value may be used to express values that are inferior to the defined unit of measurement. The decimal mark that separates the digits forming the integral part of a number from those forming the fractional part. (ISO 6093) shall always be a period (“.”). All quantities are non-signed values.

 

Data Field No (49) Price amount

No. Field Identifier Description
49 Price amount (if applicable) The price expressed for each unit of quantity allocated through the primary allocation. The price expressed for each unit of quantity resold or transferred on the secondary market if applicable.

 

Description of Accepted Values Type Length Examples
The maximum length of this information is 17 numeric characters (decimal mark and sign, if used included). Numeric

ISO 6093

17 1.8

 

This field indicates the price expressed for each unit. The price indicated in a resale document equal to or above which the quantity may be sold.

This information defines the price expressed in the unit of measurement of Price per unit of quantity in compliance with the pricing scheme based on local market rules. The decimal mark that separates the digits forming the integral part of a number from those forming the fractional part (ISO 6093) shall always be a period (“.”).

This field is mandatory if available.

 

Data Field No (50) Bid quantity

No. Field Identifier Description
50 Bid quantity (if applicable) The quantity that was in the original bid document.

 

Description of Accepted Values Type Length Examples
The maximum length of this information is 17 numeric characters (decimal mark included). Numeric

ISO 6093

17 1.8

 

This information defines the quantity that was requested for the interval in question and that is expressed in the Measurement Unit Quantity. A decimal point value may be used to express values that are inferior to the defined unit of measurement. The decimal mark that separates the digits forming the integral part of a number from those forming the fractional part. (ISO 6093) shall always be a period (“.”).All quantities are non-signed values. The number of decimal places identifying the fractional part of the quantity depends on local market rules.

This field is mandatory if available.

 

Data Field No (51) Bid price amount

No. Field Identifier Description
51 Bid Price Amount (if applicable) The original price expressed in the original bid for each unit of quantity requested.

 

Description of Accepted Values Type Length Examples
The maximum length of this information is 17 numeric characters (decimal mark included). Numeric

ISO 6093

17 1.8

 

This information reproduces the price expressed in the unit of measurement of Price per unit of quantity requested in the original bid. The decimal mark that separates the digits forming the integral part of a number from those forming the fractional part (ISO 6093) shall always be a period (“.”).

This field is mandatory if available.

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