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Commodity Exchange

Commodity exchange is a place where various commodities and derivative products are traded.

Exchanges trade raw products (food products, metals, energy) as well as contracts including spot, forwards, futures and options. In addition, sophisticated products such as swaps, freight contracts, environmental instruments and currencies are exchanged in these houses.

Major commodity exchanges in the world are listed below.

  • New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX)
  • Intercontinental Exchange (ICE)
  • Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) 
  • London Metal Exchange (LME) 
  • Kansas City Board of Trade (KCBT) 
  • Memphis Cotton Exchange (MCE) 
  • Minneapolis Grain Exchange (MGEX) 
  • NYSE Euronext European Climate Exchange (ECX) 
  • Risk Management Exchange (RME), Germany 
  • CLIMEX, The Netherlands 
  • Bovespa, Brazil 
  • Mercantile Exchange Nepal Limited (MEX), Nepal 
  • Dubai Mercantile Exchange (DME), Middle East
  • Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange (DGCX), Middle East 
  • Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE), China 
  • Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange (ZCE), China 
  • Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX), India 
  • National Multi-Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (NMCE), India 
  • Jakarta Futures Exchange (JFX), Indonesia 
  • Iranian Oil Bourse, Iran 
  • Central Japan Commodity Exchange (C-COM), Japan 
  • Kansai Commodities Exchange (KEX), Japan 
  • Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM), Japan 
  • National Commodity Exchange Limited (NCEL), Pakistan 
  • Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX), Singapore 
  • The South African Futures Exchange (SAFEX), South Africa 
  • Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), Australia

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