Tokyo Financial Exchange


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Tokyo Financial Exchange

An exchange in Japan on which futures contracts and other derivatives are traded. It was established in 1989.
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Saito told a news conference his status as a former bureaucrat should not be a problem as more than a decade has passed since he left the Finance Ministry and he strove hard for years as the head of a company operating the Tokyo Financial Exchange. ''I do not have a sense that I'm a former bureaucrat,'' he said.
Meanwhile, the Tokyo Financial Exchange (TFX) has signed an agreement with Deutsche Borse, which will allow the TFX to list a DAX derivatives contract on its platform.
Tokyo Financial Exchange to slap 3 million yen penalty on Commerzbank
TOKYO - The Tokyo Financial Exchange said Monday it will order Commerzbank to pay a penalty of 3 million yen for making a below-market quotation for the South African rand that caused losses to a large number of investors.
I will do my best,'' Saito, currently Tokyo Financial Exchange Inc.
The OSE-FX market is the second publicly operated market in Japan on which foreign currency margin trading is available, following the Tokyo Financial Exchange.
At the Tokyo Financial Exchange, too, turnover has been halved since August, exchange officials said.
On July 1, the Tokyo Financial Exchange opened Click 365, a new market that allows individuals to engage in round-the-clock margin trading in foreign currencies.
It added that this was the result of the demand for data centre services from cloud and IT service providers, content companies and financial firms doing business in Japan.</span></p><p class="MsoNormal"><span lang="EN-GB">Additionally, Tokyo Financial Exchanges Inc (TFX) and Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) selected Equinix as the preferred data centre collocation provider and its expansion strategy in Asia-Pacific declared a SY3 data centre in Sydney, the third phase expansion of its SG2 centre in Singapore and a second IBX in Hong Kong (HK2).</span></p>