Commodity Exchange

Commodity exchange may refer to:

  • Commodities exchange, any exchange where various commodities and derivatives products are traded.
  • Commodity markets, for the markets trading on commodities in general.

Other articles related to "commodity exchange, exchange, commodity, commodity exchanges, exchanges":

Multi Commodity Exchange
... Multi Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (MCX) (BSE 534091) is an independent commodity exchange based in India ... The turnover of the exchange for the fiscal year 2009 was US$ 1.24 trillion, and in terms of contracts traded, it was in 2009 the world's sixth largest commodity exchange ... In 2012, MCX has taken the third spot among the global commodity bourses in terms of the number of futures contracts traded ...
Financial History Of The Dutch Republic - The Stock Market
... the main function of a market is the exchange of information (about prices offered and accepted) and in the absence of means of telecommunication people had to meet in the flesh to be able to do that ... Again, there is no reason why financial markets and commodity markets should share the same physical space, but again, due to the close linkage of trade and finance, they ... We therefore see financial markets emerging in the places where commodities were also traded the commodity exchanges ...
History Of Commodity Markets - Commodities Exchanges
... Largest commodities exchanges Exchange Country Volume per month $M CME Group USA 19 Tokyo Commodity Exchange Japan - NYSE Euronext USA - Dalian Commodity ...
List Of Futures Exchanges - Asia - Japan
... Central Japan Commodity Exchange (C-COM) (Operation Ceased) Kansai Commodities Exchange (KEX) Osaka Securities Exchange (OSE) Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) Tokyo Grain Exchange (TGE ...

Famous quotes containing the words exchange and/or commodity:

    But come what sorrow can,
    It cannot countervail the exchange of joy
    That one short minute gives me in her sight.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    A commodity appears at first sight an extremely obvious, trivial thing. But its analysis brings out that it is a very strange thing, abounding in metaphysical subtleties and theological niceties.
    Karl Marx (1818–1883)