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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Data furnished to Manila Bulletin show that aside from TOCOM and NASDAQ though, most of the power spot markets and stock exchanges worldwide still thrive separately on their classified functions.
Tadashi Ezaki, the president and CEO of Tocom expressed delight at signing the MoU which signifies the exchange's efforts in strengthening co-operation with the DME.
A transaction could allow CME to list its products on Tocom and ensure trading by Japanese investors, while leading to Tocom adopting the US companya[euro](tm)s trading platform, the newspaper said.
A near 1 percent rise in the benchmark December TOCOM gold futures on Monday helped push cash gold up nearly 1% in thin trade, traders said.
Nissan Century Securities is a member of the TSE, OSE, TOCOM and the Tokyo Grain Exchange.
TOCOM President Tadashi Ezaki said his exchange would like to cooperate for a smooth transfer.
Cuadro 2 Bolsas internacionales de fisicos de mayor crecimiento CME (EE UU) Chicago Mercantile Exchange CHUBU (Japon) Commodity Exchange Nagoya TOCOM (Japon) Tokio Commodity Exchange ASXD (Australia) Australian Stock Exchange Derivatives BM&F (Brasil) Bolsa de Mercadorias e Futuros Fuente: Elaboracion propia.
Tokyo Commodity Exchange Incorporated (Tocom), Japan's largest commodity futures exchange, is planning to re-list its gasoil futures contract to May 6 in 2010.
Comex in New York, MCX in India and Tocom in Tokyo account for most of exchange traded activity.
Combined trading volumes for platinum on the Nymex and Tocom were up 25 percent in 2006 and up palladium was up 15.6 percent.
The Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) and Singapore Exchange Ltd.
Combined trading volume on Nymex and Tocom totaled 53M oz through the first 11 mo of 2000.