FpMLv53-0.1: A binding for the Financial Products Markup Language (v5.3)

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elementStandardProduct :: XMLParser StandardProductSource

A product to represent a standardized OTC derivative transaction whose economics do not need to be fully described using an FpML schema because they are implied by the product ID.

data StandardProduct Source

Simple product representation providing key information about a variety of different products




stdProduct_ID :: Maybe ID
stdProduct_primaryAssetClass :: Maybe AssetClass

A classification of the most important risk class of the trade. FpML defines a simple asset class categorization using a coding scheme.

stdProduct_secondaryAssetClass :: [AssetClass]

A classification of additional risk classes of the trade, if any. FpML defines a simple asset class categorization using a coding scheme.

stdProduct_productType :: [ProductType]

A classification of the type of product. FpML defines a simple product categorization using a coding scheme.

stdProduct_productId :: [ProductId]

A product reference identifier. The product ID is an identifier that describes the key economic characteristics of the trade type, with the exception of concepts such as size (notional, quantity, number of units) and price (fixed rate, strike, etc.) that are negotiated for each transaction. It can be used to hold identifiers such as the UPI (universal product identifier) required by certain regulatory reporting rules. It can also be used to hold identifiers of benchmark products or product temnplates used by certain trading systems or facilities. FpML does not define the domain values associated with this element. Note that the domain values for this element are not strictly an enumerated list.

stdProduct_notional :: CashflowNotional

The notional amount that was traded.

stdProduct_quote :: [BasicQuotation]

Pricing information for the trade.