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1) Use Case reminder

2) Where we are on our road map. 

3) Open Action Items

4) JIRA Issues Review -

5) Todays content discussion.

6) For next week.


Revised the note and example on DER-107 to address Pete's comments.  See also  

Also discussed issue DER-84, which points to the need to clarify how commodity underlying assets are specified.  A commodity instrument may have any number of things as their underlier - indices, prices, volatility of prices, etc.  The underlying commodity asset (of which there may be more than one) may be deliverable or strictly a reference asset.  The reference asset may be a price, index, volatility, or commodity that can't be delivered, such as some aspect of the weather, as well as a negotiable commodity whereas a deliverable asset must be a negotiable commodity that has is a physical thing that can be delivered to the buyer, such as bushels of corn.  Our current model doesn't allow for this distinction and should be augmented accordingly.


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