Coffee, Sugar and Cocoa Exchange


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Coffee, Sugar, and Cocoa Exchange

An exchange, tracing its roots to 1882, on which futures contracts and options on coffee, sugar, cocoa, and the S&P Commodity Index are traded. It is based in New York City and is a subsidiary of the Intercontinental Exchange.
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Coffee, Sugar and Cocoa Exchange (CSCE)

An organized exchange, established in 1882, that provides facilities in New York City for the trading of futures contracts on coffee, sugar, and, following its addition in 1979, cocoa. Options on sugar futures are also traded at this exchange.
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