Message Content of ExecutionReport (MsgType=8)
|TagText||FieldName or ComponentName||Required||Description|
|StandardHeader||x|| MsgType = 8
|11||ClOrdID|| Required for executions against electronically submitted orders which were assigned an ID by the institution. Not required for orders manually entered by the broker.
|109||ClientID|| Used for firm identification in third-party transactions.
|76||ExecBroker|| Used for firm identification in third-party transactions.
|66||ListID|| Required for executions against orders which were submitted as part of a list.
|19||ExecRefID|| Required for Cancel and Correct ExecTransType messages
|103||OrdRejReason|| For optional use with OrdStatus = 8 (Rejected)
|1||Account|| Required for executions against electronically submitted orders which were assigned an account by the institution
|63||SettlmntTyp|| Absence of this field is interpreted as Regular.
|64||FutSettDate|| Required when SettlmntTyp = 6 (Future) or SettlmntTyp = 8 (Sellers Option)
|99||StopPx|| Required for OrdType = 4 (Stop Limit).
|15||Currency|| Message without currency field is interpreted as US dollars
|59||TimeInForce|| Absence of this field indicates Day order
|126||ExpireTime|| Required if TimeInForce = GTD
|18||ExecInst|| Can contain multiple instructions, space delimited.
|32||LastShares||x|| Not required ExecTransType = 3 (Status)
|31||LastPx||x|| Not required for ExecTransType = 3 (Status)
|75||TradeDate|| Used when reporting other than current day trades.
|136||NoMiscFees|| Required if any miscellaneous fees are reported. Indicates number of repeating entries.
|137||MiscFeeAmt|| Required if NoMiscFees > 0
|138||MiscFeeCurr|| Required if NoMiscFees > 0
|139||MiscFeeType|| Required if NoMiscFees > 0
|118||NetMoney|| Required if miscellaneous fees are reported, in currency of execution
|119||SettlCurrAmt|| Used to report results of forex accommodation trade
|120||SettlCurrency|| Used to report results of forex accommodation trade
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