No
Seg
St
Max. Occ.
                                               
 
C
5
 
A group of segments specifying the currencies and related dates/time/period valid for the whole quotation.
8
M
1
 
To specify currencies used in the transaction and relevant details for the rate of exchange.
Business Term
DE
EDIFACT
Format
St
*
Description
 
C504
CURRENCY DETAILS
 
R
   
 
Currency usage code qualifier
an..3
M
*
  
Reference currency
 
6345
Currency identification code
an..3
R
 
ISO 4217 three alpha
 
Currency type code qualifier
an..3
R
*
  
Quotation currency
 
C504
CURRENCY DETAILS
 
D
 
The second occurrence of this composite is only used if a target currency is being specified.
 
Currency usage code qualifier
an..3
M
*
  
Target currency
 
6345
Currency identification code
an..3
R
 
ISO 4217 three alpha
 
Currency type code qualifier
an..3
R
*
  
Invoicing currency
  
Order currency
  
Pricing currency
  
Payment currency
 
5402
Currency exchange rate
n..12
D
 
The rate of exchange is only used if a target currency has been identified in the second occurrence of C504.
This segment is used to specify the currencies for international trading.
The CUX segment is mandatory for international exchanges.
When specifying Reference and Target Currencies for international trade, one occurrence of CUX is all that is required. The reference currency is identified in the first occurrence of composite C504, with the target currency specified in the second occurrence of C504. The rate of exchange between the two is specified in DE 5402.
The general rule for calculating the rate of exchange is as follows :
Reference Currency multiplied by Rate = Target Currency
Example:
           
Example:
CUX+2:GBP:12+3:BEF:4+0.49'
Example:
CUX+2:EUR:12'
Example:
CUX+2:EUR:12+3:USD:11+0.90243'
                                                   
                                                   
Max. Occ. = Maximum Occurrence, St = Status, * = Restricted Codes
Status: M=Mandatory, R=Required, O=Optional, C=Conditional, D=Dependent, A=Advised, N=Not used