Definition Type: Element
Name: minimumQuotationAmount
Namespace: http://www.fpml.org/FpML-5/reporting
Type: nsA:Money
Containing Schema: fpml-cd-5-9.xsd
MinOccurs 0
MaxOccurs (1)
Abstract
Documentation:
In the determination of a cash settlement amount, if weighted average quotations are to be obtained, the minimum quotation amount specifies a minimum intended threshold amount of outstanding principal balance of the reference obligation for which the quote should be obtained. If not specified, the ISDA definitions provide for a fallback amount of the lower of either USD 1,000,000 (or its equivalent in the relevant obligation currency) or the quotation amount. ISDA 2003 Term: Minimum Quotation Amount
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Drilldown into amount in schema fpml-shared-5-9_xsd Drilldown into currency in schema fpml-shared-5-9_xsd Drilldown into id in schema fpml-shared-5-9_xsd Drilldown into MoneyBase in schema fpml-shared-5-9_xsd Drilldown into Money in schema fpml-shared-5-9_xsdXSD Diagram of minimumQuotationAmount in schema fpml-cd-5-9_xsd (Financial products Markup Language (FpML®) - Reporting)
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<xsd:element name="minimumQuotationAmount" type="Money" minOccurs="0">
    <xsd:annotation>
        <xsd:documentation xml:lang="en">In the determination of a cash settlement amount, if weighted average quotations are to be obtained, the minimum quotation amount specifies a minimum intended threshold amount of outstanding principal balance of the reference obligation for which the quote should be obtained. If not specified, the ISDA definitions provide for a fallback amount of the lower of either USD 1,000,000 (or its equivalent in the relevant obligation currency) or the quotation amount. ISDA 2003 Term: Minimum Quotation Amount</xsd:documentation>
    </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Name Type Min Occurs Max Occurs
currency nsA:currency 0 (1)
amount nsA:amount 0 (1)
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Name Type Default Value Use
id nsA:id (Optional)
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