Accrued Interest

Spot Reports

Accrued Interest

Interest amount accrued from the start date of the current period to the report date, in the currency applied to the report:

Interest / Number of days of the schedule period * Number of days between the period start date and the report date

 

For example, the accrued interest of 0122 is EUR 2,55.

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  • The report date is 2 October 2020, which corresponds to the 1 October - 1 November 2020 period of the transaction.
  • The interest of that period is EUR 78,94.
  • The period lasts 31 days.
  • The transaction period starts on 1 October 2020, 1 day apart from the report date on 2 October 2020.

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Accrued interest

= Interest / Number of days of the schedule period * Number of days between the period start date and the report date

= 78,94 / 31 * (2 - 1)

= 78,94 / 31 * 1

= 2,55

 

Accrued Interest (base currency)

Interest amount accrued from the start date of the current period to the report date, in the currencies initially applied to the transactions.

 

In this example, we can see the currencies of 0027 and 0034 are different from the report currency (AUD and USD vs. EUR).

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Periodic / Single Period Reports

Accrued Interest (start of period)

Interest amount accrued from the start date of a specific schedule period to the start date of the report period, including payments on that day, in the currency applied to the report:

Interest / Number of days of the schedule period * Number of days between the start date of the schedule period and the start date of the report period

 

For example, the accrued interest at the start of the period of 0122 is EUR 36,65.

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  • The report start date is 15 October 2020, which corresponds to the 1 October - 1 November 2020 period of the transaction.
  • The interest of that period is EUR 78,94.
  • The period lasts 31 days.
  • The transaction period starts on 1 October 2020, 14 days apart from the report start date on 15 October 2020.

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Accrued interest (start of period)

= Interest / Number of days of the schedule period * Number of days between the start date of the schedule period and the start date of the report period

= 78,94 / 31 * (15 - 1)

= 78,94 / 31 * 14

= 35,65

 

Accrued Interest (start of period, base currency)

Interest amount accrued from the start date of a specific schedule period to the start date of the report period, including payments on that day, in the currencies initially applied to the transactions.

 

In this example, we can see the currencies of 0027 and 0034 are different from the report currency (AUD and USD vs. EUR).

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Accrued Interest (end of period)

Interest amount accrued from the start date of a specific schedule period to the end date of the report period, including payments on that day, in the currency applied to the report:

Interest / Number of days of the schedule period * Number of days between the start date of the schedule period and the end date of the report period

 

For example, the accrued interest at the end of the period of 0122 is EUR 76,39.

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  • The report end date is 31 October 2020, which corresponds to the 1 October - 1 November 2020 period of the transaction.
  • The interest of that period is EUR 78,94.
  • The period lasts 31 days.
  • The transaction period starts on 1 October 2020, 30 days apart from the report end date on 31 October 2020.

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Accrued interest (end of period)

= Interest / Number of days of the schedule period * Number of days between the start date of the schedule period and the end date of the report period

= 78,94 / 31 * (31 - 1)

= 78,94 / 31 * 30

= 76,39

 

Accrued Interest (end of period, base currency)

Interest amount accrued from the start date of a specific schedule period to the end date of the report period, including payments on that day, in the currencies initially applied to the transactions.

 

In this example, we can see the currencies of 0027 and 0034 are different from the report currency (AUD and USD vs. EUR).

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