TIFFE


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TIFFE

Tokyo International Financial Futures Exchange. A former name for the Tokyo Financial Exchange, which is an exchange in Japan on which futures are traded on Euroyen, Eurodollar, and the U.S. dollar-yen exchange rates. Options are traded on Euroyen as well.
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TIFFE was established in 1989 as a market for so-called financial futures products involving currencies and interest rates.
In addition to The Tokyo Stock Exchange, TIFFE, Osaka, KOSPI, HKFE, SGX-DT and SFE, KOFEX is the 8th derivatives market across Asia to be powered by GL NET.
FIMAT expects Fimatrade(TM) to be linked to other leading global exchanges, including GLOBEX; TSE; OSE; SFE; HKFE; CBOT; MEFF and TIFFE by the end of the year.