TOCOM


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TOCOMTokyo Commodity Exchange
TOCOMTwente Organizational Communication Model
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TOCOM declined to comment, while SGX said there was "strong interest" in its Middle East and India LNG derivatives contract, known as the Dubai/Kuwait/India.
TOCOM is a fusion of J-Gate (Japan Global Access Trading Engine), which is Osaka's trading system for derivatives; and that of JPX or the Japan Exchange Group which operates Japan's multiple securities exchanges, including those of Tokyo Stock Exchange and Osaka Securities Exchange.
Tocom is Asia's leading commodity derivatives exchange listing industrial and agricultural products.
Chen, "The dynamic relationships between gold futures markets: evidence from COMEX and TOCOM," Applied Financial Economics Letters, vol.
*** Tocom's Plan, Being Promoted By The Japanese Ministry Of Trade (METI), Is To Help Break The Reliance Of LNG Exporters On Oil-Linked Pricing
In Japan, the weaker yen also lent support to Tocom futures, he said.
7 March 2012 - The Tokyo Commodity Exchange Inc (Tocom) said today it had no plans to seek capital from US peer CME Group Inc (NASDAQ:CME) in exchange for a 20% stake in it, rejecting a report by the Asahi newspaper.Tadashi Ezaki, Tocoma[euro](tm)s chief executive, could meet this month with representatives of CME at the annual industry conference in Florida, but would not discuss a deal, although such a move could be considered in the future, Reuters cited Taiki Obuchi, a senior vice president of Tocoma[euro](tm)s public relations office, as saying.
With many Asian markets, including China, Hong Kong, Singapore and South Korea, closed for the Lunar New Year holiday, the spotlight turned to the Tokyo Commodity Exchange's (TOCOM) gold futures.
From this month, the service will provide access to the Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) and will be expanded to the new derivative trading system, J-GATE, operated by the Osaka Securities Exchange (OSE), in April 2011.
Tokyo Grain Exchange President Yoshiaki Watanabe indicated that the exchange may decide within this year to transfer its farm products futures trading operations to the commodity exchange known as TOCOM, which deals in metal and energy futures.
It added that this was the result of the demand for data centre services from cloud and IT service providers, content companies and financial firms doing business in Japan.</span></p><p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-GB">Additionally, Tokyo Financial Exchanges Inc (TFX) and Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) selected Equinix as the preferred data centre collocation provider and its expansion strategy in Asia-Pacific declared a SY3 data centre in Sydney, the third phase expansion of its SG2 centre in Singapore and a second IBX in Hong Kong (HK2).</span></p>
Refiners could use Tocom gas oil and A fuel oil futures as part of the benchmarks for adjusting weekly prices, boosting transparency in price setting.