SGX Trade Reporting: One Sided Trades
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You can use the Wholesale Order window to submit One Sided Trades on SGX.
Prior to submitting a One Sided trade on SGX, users must be aware of the exchange regulations including minimum volume requirements and potential fees for late reporting.
Submitting SGX One Sided Trades
Prior to submitting a One Sided or One Sided Giveup trade, you should know the Counterparty’s Participant Code.
To submit an SGX One-Sided Trade:
- Open the product you wish to trade in a Market Grid window.
- In the Market Grid, right-click
the row containing the product and select Wholesale Orders from
the context menu.
Note: The Wholesale Orders options is grayed-out if:
- Your administrator has not enabled wholesale trades in TT User Setup.
- The product/exchange does not support wholesale trades.
- Verify that One Sided is selected in the Order Types pane and set the quantity and price for the trade.
- In the Order Details section, set whether this is the Buy or Sell side of the order and complete the remaining fields as listed below.
|A drop-down list of available Customers.|
Only customers selected in the X_TRADER Customer Defaults window appear in the Customer field list. This is an optional field.
When a customer selection is made, the Account Number field is populated with the customer’s account number.
Note: Any changes to customer defaults (e.g., select another customer) requires a relaunch of the Wholesale Order window to pick up the most recent changes.
User Account Number
Sets the user’s clearing account. This field is mandatory for all trades and the value is forwarded to the exchange API in the m_exchangeClearingAccount field.
Note: The exchange does not allow the * and % characters to be used as part of the account number.
Sets whether the trade opens or closes a position.
Sets the name of the exchange you wish the trade to apply:
This field is mandatory when submitting a Giveup order and forwarded to the exchange API as part of exchange_info_s field. When submitting a Give Up, users must populate the FFT2 field.
Customer specific information
Sets the customer specific information. This field is mandatory for Give Up trades and optional for all other trades.
This value, if present, is forwarded to the exchange API in the m_exchangeSubAccount field.
Counterparty Participant Code
Sets the Counterparty Participant Code and is mandatory for all One Sided trades and is sent as part of the ex_customer_s field.
Sets the trade report type. TT Gateway-supported options include:
For Negotiated Large Trades, you must provide the Trade Report Code in the Code field.
Required when the Trade Type field is set to NLT. This value varies by product. Refer to Trade Report Code for a mapping of values.
Trade Report Code
When submitting a Negotiated Large Trade (NLT), you must populate the Code field using the trade report code. This value varies based on product as listed in the table below.
Code: Single-leg Trades
Code: Multi-leg Trades
AP, CN, EL, ELO, EX, EXO, EY, EYO, IN, INO, JB, JBO, ND, NK, NKO, NS, NU, SB, SD, SG, SGO, ST, TW, TWO
Once the fields are complete, press the Send button.