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/*! \file unitedstates.hpp
    \brief US calendars
*/

#ifndef quantlib_united_states_calendar_hpp
#define quantlib_united_states_calendar_hpp

#include <ql/calendar.hpp>

namespace QuantLib {

    //! United States calendars
    /*! Public holidays (see: http://www.opm.gov/fedhol/):
        <ul>
        <li>Saturdays</li>
        <li>Sundays</li>
        <li>New Year's Day, January 1st (possibly moved to Monday if
            actually on Sunday, or to Friday if on Saturday)</li>
        <li>Martin Luther King's birthday, third Monday in January</li>
        <li>Presidents' Day (a.k.a. Washington's birthday),
                third Monday in February</li>
        <li>Memorial Day, last Monday in May</li>
        <li>Independence Day, July 4th (moved to Monday if Sunday or
            Friday if Saturday)</li>
        <li>Labor Day, first Monday in September</li>
        <li>Columbus Day, second Monday in October</li>
        <li>Veterans' Day, November 11th (moved to Monday if Sunday or
            Friday if Saturday)</li>
        <li>Thanksgiving Day, fourth Thursday in November</li>
        <li>Christmas, December 25th (moved to Monday if Sunday or Friday
            if Saturday)</li>
        </ul>

        Holidays for the stock exchange (data from http://www.nyse.com):
        <ul>
        <li>Saturdays</li>
        <li>Sundays</li>
        <li>New Year's Day, January 1st (possibly moved to Monday if
            actually on Sunday)</li>
        <li>Martin Luther King's birthday, third Monday in January (since
            1998)</li>
        <li>Presidents' Day (a.k.a. Washington's birthday),
                third Monday in February</li>
        <li>Good Friday</li>
        <li>Memorial Day, last Monday in May</li>
        <li>Independence Day, July 4th (moved to Monday if Sunday or
            Friday if Saturday)</li>
        <li>Labor Day, first Monday in September</li>
        <li>Thanksgiving Day, fourth Thursday in November</li>
        <li>Presidential election day, first Tuesday in November of election
            years (until 1980)</li>
        <li>Christmas, December 25th (moved to Monday if Sunday or Friday
            if Saturday)</li>
        <li>Special historic closings (see
            http://www.nyse.com/about/1022221392381.html )</li>
        </ul>

        Holidays for the government bond market (data from
        http://www.bondmarkets.com):
        <ul>
        <li>Saturdays</li>
        <li>Sundays</li>
        <li>New Year's Day, January 1st (possibly moved to Monday if
            actually on Sunday)</li>
        <li>Martin Luther King's birthday, third Monday in January</li>
        <li>Presidents' Day (a.k.a. Washington's birthday),
                third Monday in February</li>
        <li>Good Friday</li>
        <li>Memorial Day, last Monday in May</li>
        <li>Independence Day, July 4th (moved to Monday if Sunday or
            Friday if Saturday)</li>
        <li>Labor Day, first Monday in September</li>
        <li>Columbus Day, second Monday in October</li>
        <li>Veterans' Day, November 11th (moved to Monday if Sunday or
            Friday if Saturday)</li>
        <li>Thanksgiving Day, fourth Thursday in November</li>
        <li>Christmas, December 25th (moved to Monday if Sunday or Friday
            if Saturday)</li>
        </ul>

        Holidays for the North American Energy Reliability Council
        (data from http://www.nerc.com/~oc/offpeaks.html):
        <ul>
        <li>Saturdays</li>
        <li>Sundays</li>
        <li>New Year's Day, January 1st (possibly moved to Monday if
            actually on Sunday)</li>
        <li>Memorial Day, last Monday in May</li>
        <li>Independence Day, July 4th (moved to Monday if Sunday)</li>
        <li>Labor Day, first Monday in September</li>
        <li>Thanksgiving Day, fourth Thursday in November</li>
        <li>Christmas, December 25th (moved to Monday if Sunday)</li>
        </ul>

        \ingroup calendars

        \test the correctness of the returned results is tested
              against a list of known holidays.
    */
00121     class UnitedStates : public Calendar {
      private:
        class SettlementImpl : public Calendar::WesternImpl {
          public:
            std::string name() const { return "US settlement"; }
            bool isBusinessDay(const Date&) const;
        };
        class NyseImpl : public Calendar::WesternImpl {
          public:
            std::string name() const { return "New York stock exchange"; }
            bool isBusinessDay(const Date&) const;
        };
        class GovernmentBondImpl : public Calendar::WesternImpl {
          public:
            std::string name() const { return "US government bond market"; }
            bool isBusinessDay(const Date&) const;
        };
        class NercImpl : public Calendar::WesternImpl {
          public:
            std::string name() const {
                return "North American Energy Reliability Council";
            }
            bool isBusinessDay(const Date&) const;
        };
      public:
        //! US calendars
00147         enum Market { Settlement,     //!< generic settlement calendar
00148                       NYSE,           //!< New York stock exchange calendar
00149                       GovernmentBond, //!< government-bond calendar
00150                       NERC            //!< off-peak days for NERC
        };
        UnitedStates(Market market = Settlement);
    };

}


#endif

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