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COMMEXCommodities Exchange
COMMEXCommunications Exercise
COMMEXCommunications Experts (Chatham, MA)
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Metals: Metals such as aluminum, nickel, copper, lead and ferrous scrap are mainly traded in the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX), the London Metal Exchange (LME), the Shangai Futures Exchange (SFE), the Central Japan Commodities Exchange, Hedgestreet Exchange (in California), and the Tokyo Commodities Exchange (TOCOM).
COMEZ, the successor to the Zimbabwe Agriculture Commodities Exchange, which handled $677m of business before it was closed in 2001, is intended to be open for business in time for the sale of next year's crop.
Thus SEC stressed that having recognized the necessity for commodities and derivatives trading in the country from a risk management and price discovery perspective, that it is calling for EOI from eligible interested parties for the establishment and the operation of a fully fledged Multi Asset class Commodities Exchange, 'The Exchange' .
About DGCX: Dubai Gold and Commodities Exchange (DGCX) is a fully automated, online commodities exchange.
The Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange (ZCE), the first futures exchange in The People's Republic of China, and the New York Board of Trade (NYBOT), a leading "soft" commodities exchange, announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), signaling a new era of cooperation and understanding between the two exchanges.
Opening in early 2003, The Ethical Exchange Management Company, based in London, will be the first international commodities exchange in the world devoted entirely to organic goods.
An e-commerce commodities exchange has launched a rather unique advertisement--an ad painted across a 380-foot hull of a ship.
The Commodities Exchange (COMEX), which was recently purchased by the NYMEX, will also be housed in the new headquarters.
The first is federal authority to set margins for stock-index futures contracts, and the second is the "exclusivity provision" of the Commodities Exchange Act (CEA).
Rwanda already has a commodities exchange which is private sector-driven.
Izmir Commodity Exchange, Iran Mercantile Commodities Exchange (DGCX) in the near future.