Tokyo Commodity Exchange


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Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM)

Tokyo exchange for trading futures on gold, silver, platinum, palladium, rubber, cotton yarn, and woolen yarn.

Tokyo Commodity Exchange

An exchange in Japan on which commodities are traded. It was established in 1984 with the merger of the Tokyo Gold Exchange, Tokyo Rubber Exchange, and the Tokyo Textile Exchange. Futures contracts on a number of commodities, notably gold, oil, and rubber, trade on TOCOM, as do option contracts on gold.
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The Tokyo Commodity Exchange and the Singapore-based Ginga Petroleum Pte Ltd.
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Recently, rubber futures on the Tokyo commodity exchange surged to a 30-year high at $4,661 a metric ton for April delivery, while the Shanghai exchange posted a record price of $5,874/mt for May 2011 delivery.
On the Tokyo Commodity Exchange, the price for Middle Eastern crude oil for May delivery momentarily rose to a record 66,610 yen per kiloliter before finishing at 65,890 yen, up 1,150 yen from Monday's close.
The FCM provides access to worldwide exchanges and through the PhillipCapital Group network; it offers direct clearing to 18 Asian exchanges including Singapore Exchange (SGX) and Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM.
In Japan, benchmark gold on the Tokyo Commodity Exchange hit a record high on the back of a weak yen on expectations the Bank of Japan will continue loosening monetary policy.
In the press conference in Osaka, Yoneda also expressed a hope for collaboration with Tokyo Commodity Exchange Inc.
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Paper 18: "The role of TOCOM in the global rubber industry," Fuminori Kondo, Tokyo Commodity Exchange, Japan.
The closing price was fetched on the Tokyo Commodity Exchange for the benchmark May contract for Middle Eastern crude oil.
Gold contracts on the Tokyo Commodity Exchange, which often influence movements in spot gold, rose after the yen dropped to a 20-month low against the dollar on growing hopes for further monetary easing in Japan.
The benchmark gold future price soared to an all-time high of 4,568 yen per gram in trading on the Tokyo Commodity Exchange on Friday, topping 4,500 yen for the first time, reflecting increased uncertainties over the global economic outlook, the exchange said.