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WORLD COMMODITY EXCHANGES

        

Below you will find a list of the main commodities exchanges of the world. Commodities exchanges trade futures contracts on commodities such as food products, metals and energy.

Exchanges have been listed according to continent.

EUROPE

NYSE Euronext

NYSE Euronext crops up often on exchanges, as it serves much of Europe in a range of markets. Here, Euronext Liffe offers futures and options on a large range of agricultural products.

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European Climate Exchange - ECX

ECX offers a trading platform for carbon emissions trading and the main volume of exchange trades are on futures contracts.

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The Netherlands

Climex

Climex is an exchange for energy contracting and environmental commodities.

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United Kingdom

London Metal Exchange - LME

LME is a futures exchange with a large market in futures and options on metals. It is viewed as the world's main non-ferrous metals market.

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AMERICAS

Argentina

Mercado a Término de Buenos Aires - MATba

The Mercado a Término de Buenos Aires is the main futures and options exchange in Buenos Aires. There are two options for traders - electronic or outcry.

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Brazil

BM&F Bovespa

BM&F Bovespa is the main stock exchange in Brazil, and offers futures and commodities trading.

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USA

Chicago Mercantile Exchange - CME

The CME is a derivatives and commodity market. It is also the umbrella over what used to be the International Monetary Market (IMM) which offers a range of futures and options contracts.

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New York Mercantile Exchange - NYMEX

The NYMEX has been described as the largest commodity futures exchange in the world - in physical terms. It has been listed on the New York Stock Exchange since 2006 under the symbol NMX.

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IntercontinentalExchange - ICE

The IntercontinentalExchange runs electronic marketplaces for futures trading and other financial products. Its main focus is energy products.

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Kansas City Board of Trade - KCBT

KCBT is an exchange servicing commodity futures and options. It is based in Kansas City Missouri. A speciality is hard red winter wheat.

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Memphis Cotton Exchange

The Memphis Cotton Exchange stems back to the cotton trade in the area and was founded in 1874.

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Minneapolis Grain Exchange - MGEX

Types of wheat and cottonseed are traded on futures and options at the MGEX.

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ASIA

Nepal

Mercantile Exchange Nepal Limited - MEX

An online exchange, MEX is the largest of its kind in Nepal. It offers commodity futures - such as foods, metals and oil seeds.

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Dubai

Dubai Mercantile Exchange - DME

This is the first energy futures exchange for the Middle East. The main trade is on DME Oman Crude Oil Futures Contract.

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Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange - DGCX

The DGCX has been operating since 2005 and is now key to the financial and commodity community of the Middle East.

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China

Dalian Commodity Exchange - DCE

DCE is named after the town it's based in - Dalian. It trades in futures contracts on products such as soya-related items.

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Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange - ZCE

The Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange is a futures exchange and the main product it provides futures trading for are based around agriculture and chemicals.

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India

Multi Commodity Exchange - MCX

The MCX is an independent commodity exchange based in Mumbai.

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National Multi-Commodity Exchange of India Ltd - NMCE

The NMCE is an electronic commodity exchange based in India.

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Indonesia

Jakarta Futures Exchange - JFX

JFX is the only futures exchange in Indonesia, and offers services on many commodities.

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Iran

Iranian Oil Bourse

The Iranian Oil Bourse has been operating since 2008 and is a joint venture between ministries and private institutions in Iran.

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Japan

Kansai Commodities Exchange - KEX

KEX is a futures exhange based in Osaka in Japan. A number of commodities are traded, mainly agriculture-related.

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Tokyo Commodity Exchange - TOCOM

The TOCOM regulates the trading of options and futures contracts on all commodities in Japan. It is a non-profit organisation.

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Pakistan

National Commodity Exchange Limited - NCEL

This is the first futures commodity market in Pakistan, based in Karachi.

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Singapore

Singapore Exchange Limited - SGX

The Singapore Exchange is the main stock exchange in Sinagpore, and offers equity index futures and options, interest rate futures and options and commodity futures.

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South Africa

The South African Futures Exchange - SAFEX

SAFEX is broken into two areas - agricultural products and equity derivatives.

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OCEANIA

Australia

Australian Securities Exchange - ASX

The ASX is an electronic exchange and is the main stock exchange in Australia. Commodities are traded through ASX.

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