Used for derivatives. Denotes the current state of the Instrument.
- 1 = Active
- 2 = Inactive
3 = Active, closing orders only
Instrument is active but only orders closing positions (reducing risk) are allowed.
4 = Expired
Instrument has expired. E.g. An instrument may expire due to reaching maturity or expired based on contract definitions or exchange rules.
5 = Delisted
Instrument has been removed from securities reference data. Delisting rules varies from exchange to exchange, which may include non-compliance of capitalization, revenue, consecutive minimum closing price. The instrument may become listed again once the instrument is back in compliance. A delisted instrument would not trade on the exchange but it may still be traded over-the-counter (e.g. OTCBB) or on Pink Sheets, or other similar trading service.
6 = Knocked-out
Instrument has breached a pre-defined price threshold.
7 = Knock-out revoked
Instrument reinstated, i.e. threshold has not been breached.
8 = Pending Expiry
Instrument is currently still active but will expire after the current business day. For example, a contract that expires intra-day (e.g. at noon time) and is no longer tradeable but will still show up in the current day's order book with related statistics.
9 = Suspended
Instrument has been temporarily disabled for trading (i.e. halted).
10 = Published
Instrument information is provided prior to its first activation.
11 = Pending Deletion
Instrument is awaiting deletion from security reference data.