Order qualifiers include:
Minimum quantity for immediate execution.
- If the quantity present in tag 110 cannot be immediately executed, the entire order is eliminated.
- If the quantity present in tag 110 can be immediately executed, the entire order is submitted at price and according to all other order instructions.
Tag 210-MaxShow (Display Quantity)
on the order book at any given time. When the quantity of the order shown on the book reaches zero, the quantity will be reinstated as this value at the bottom of the order book until the entire quantity is filled.
In CME Eurodollar futures products, the maximum display ratio is 1:60.
Watch this video for an overview and demonstration of Display Quantity Order behavior.
Expand for logical Display Quantity scenarios.
- 0=Day - order expires at the end of the trading day. This is the default order qualifier; New Order or Cancel/Replace Request messages sent without tag 59-TimeInForce are by default a Day order.
- 1=Good 'till Cancelled (GTC) - order remains working until cancelled.
- 6=Good 'till Date (GTD) - order remains working until the end of the trading session of the local market date specified in tag 432-ExpireDate (expire time is not supported).
- 3=Fill and Kill ( ) and Fill or Kill ( ) - order is immediately executed against any available quantity and any remaining quantity is eliminated (FAK) or order is filled completely or else eliminated (FOK).
CME Group recommends the following for all FOK and FAK orders:
For proper FAK order submission, tag 59-TimeInForce should be sent=3
For proper FOK order submission, the message format includes tag 110-MinQty with a value that is equal to that submitted in tag 38-Quantity.
See the following for examples of FAK and FOK order behavior:
Fill and Kill
An FAK order is immediately executed against any available quantity and any remaining quantity is eliminated. FAK orders are accepted during the Open market state only; they will be rejected during any other market state. An FAK order can match according to the following scenarios:
FAK Complete Fill, Match with Multiple Orders
In this example, the FAK buy order matches completely with multiple sell orders at the 8595 price level.
FAK Complete Fill, Match with Single Order
In this example, the FAK order matches completely with a single sell order at the 8595 price level.
- The client receives an Execution Report - Confirmation/Acknowledgment (tag 35-MsgType = 8) where tag 39-OrdStatus and tag 150-ExecType=0, 'New', and tag 151-LeavesQty is set to the original order quantity.
- The client then receives an Execution Report - Fill Notice (tag 35-MsgType=8) for a complete fill.
FAK No Fill
In this example, there is insufficient quantity at the price level of the FAK buy order, so the order is eliminated.
FAK Partial Fill
In this example, the FAK buy order matches partially with all available quantity on the book and the remainder is eliminated.
Fill or Kill
An FOK order is either immediately and completely filled against resting orders or eliminated. FOK orders are accepted during the Open market state only; they will be rejected during any other market state.
This example shows how an FOK order is processed when there is insufficient quantity available to completely fill the order.
When an FOK order is unfilled and the order eliminated, the Execution Report sent to the client system is for an eliminated order.