INET Nordic Production information
INET Nordic is the Nasdaq trading platform for Nordic and Baltic equities trading and for publication of OTC Trade Reports (APA).
INET Nordic Production System Hours (CET)
03:00-06:45 INET (FIX Order Entry, FIX Trade Reporting, OUCH and associated FIX DROP sessions, ITCH, GLIMPSE and NLS) open for connectivity, login and reference data load
06:30 GCF (TIP) open for connectivity, login and reference data laod
07:00 Reference data file available on FDS for download
07:00 Start of day all market segments
20:35 INET (matching and routing engine) closed
21:00 INET connectivity testing possible to FIX Order Entry, OUCH and associated FIX DROP sessions, ITCH and GLIMPSE
22:00 Trade Reporting engine and INET closed for connectivity testing
23:30 GCF (TIP) closed for connectivity
INET Nordic is available between 06:45 and 20:35 CET, APA Trade Reporting available until 22:00 CET. INET (FIX Order Entry, OUCH and ITCH) is open for connectivity testing seven days a week between 21:00 and 22:00 CET. GCF (TIP) is available for login every day but source data is only loaded on business days.
FDS Files & Availability (CET)
Reference Data File Available from 07:00
End of Day File Available from 20:40
Trading Hours & Holiday Schedules
Fact Sheets and Related Content
INET Nordic Testing (INET NTF)
Nasdaq Test Facility (NTF), INET Test NTF, is the external test environment for INET Nordic related tests, including market data from GCF TST4 and GCF TST3.
GENERAL INFORMATION RELATED TO INET NORDIC TESTING
Each Tuesday morning INET NTF contains a copy of latest current production reference data. However, for specific testing requirements during shorter periods, some single reference data might be changed without notification in advance. For support on this matter please contact: Cash Equity Operations at +46 8 405 6410 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
TEST ORDERBOOKS (ONLY IN NTF)
INET Test (NTF) contains all orderbooks available in production. In addition to these, a number of test orderbooks are available in NTF as well. They are all named as TESTn , e.g. TEST1 STK (5-6 chrs for name 3 chrs for instrument type). These test orderbooks will be listed and delisted from time to time, without any preceding notice.
NTF OPENING & TRADING HOURS
Open for Connectivity
- OUCH/ITCH/GLIMPSE ports available at 04:05-23:50 CET Mon-Sun
- FIX and FIX DROP ports available at 04:15-23:40 CET Mon-Sun
- TIP ports (GCF TST3 & GCF TST4) available at 06:30-23:30 CET Mon-Sun
NTF Trading Schedule
- Tuesday and Thursday = Prod hours
- Friday-Monday = Prolonged closing hours.
- Wednesday = Same schedule as Monday and Friday, except adjustments on opening and closing auction times for certain market segments.
Find more information on INET NTF Trading Schedule.
Contact Cash Equity Operations, +46 8 405 6410 or email@example.com, for more information on Trading Schedules per Marker Segment and state in the test environment.
PERFORMANCE & BACKGROUND LOAD, HALT & FAILOVER SCHEMAS
Performance load: Monday & Friday - Currently disabled
Scheduled Failover* tests: Wednesday & Thursday
Background load: Wednesday & Thursday
Trading halts: All week, Monday - Sunday
* For more information and assistance to arrange for failover tests on FIX sessions, please contact Cash Equity Operations, firstname.lastname@example.org, +46 8 405 6410.
NTF FUNCTIONAL TESTING
Market Maker Order (MMO) Testing
Order Books and Test Schedules in NTF (Updated 2019-01-02)
Auction on Demand (AOD) Testing
Order Books and Test Schedules in NTF (Updated 2017-04-05)
Sold-out Buy-back for Warrants, Certificates and Exchange Traded Notes
Order Books and Test Schedules in NTF (Updated 2014-08-20)
Order and Trade Management applications connecting to the INET Nordic Production environment, are subject of mandatory conformance tests prior to production use.
THE CONFORMANCE TEST INCLUDES:
- Functional and Failover scenarios
- Mandatory test cases
- Optional test cases
All applications developed by Independent Software Vendors (ISV´s) or developed in-house by members, directly connected to INET needs to be registered in the Nasdaq Member Portal. Members with Sponsored Access Clients have to register their Sponsored access clients and map their users/sessions to the application.
Registration of applications is the first step in order for members to prove the use of conformed and approved application. The registration will consist of the name of the application, version number, contact information etc. Once registered, a conformance test can commence in order to be approved for production access.
Please see the following guide of how to register and self-certify the use of applications in the following guide:
Conformance testing is done in interaction with Nasdaq Cash Equity Operations. During the conformance the client is instructed to execute specified conformance test cases and Nasdaq verifies that the client application fulfils the expected requirements and behaviour.
INET Nordic Conformance Test Cases (Updated 2019-01-14)
INET Nordic Execution Algo Conformance Test Cases (Updated 2017-04-10)