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Chicago Board of Trade

Chicago Board of Trade was established in 1948 and has trading in agricultural produce, interests, Dow, metals and US treasuries. Soya complex, wheat and corn prices across the world are referenced here. It has both electronic as well as open cry. It trades both in futures as well as options. In 2005 it became a public traded NYSE listed company.

New York Board of Trade (NYBOT)

New York Board of Trade (NYBOT) is the world's largest commodities exchange for Coffee, Sugar, Cotton and Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice. The exchange was founded as the New York Cotton Exchange in 1870. NYBOT also facilitates trades in foreign currencies and derivative indices for equities.

Kansas Board of Trade

Kansas Board of Trade in US specializes in hard red winter wheat. Hard winter wheat constitutes the maximum of US production. This exchange is benchmark for bread wheat prices.

Winnipeg Commodity Exchange

Winnipeg Commodity Exchange is located in Manitoba and trades only in futures and options of canola, wheat and barley. 

Dalian Commodity Exchange


Dalian Commodity Exchange in China trades in corn and soybean. The exchange is planning to introduce futures and options in crude oil, power, steel and plastic.

 

Bursa Malaysia Derivatives exchange

Bursa Malaysia Derivatives exchange trades in crude palm oil futures, crude palm kernel oil futures, Index futures and options and government securities.

Singapore Commodity Exchange (SICOM)


Singapore Commodity Exchange (SICOM) specializes in rubber and robusta coffee.

Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)


Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) is the largest futures exchange in US. The exchange trades on interest rates, equities, foreign exchange and agricultural commodites. It has both open cry as well as electronic trading.Agricultural commodities traded on the exchange include dairy products (butter, milk cheese) and live stock futures (cattle and pork).

London Metal Exchange


London Metal Exchange trades in Metals and non ferrous metals like aluminium, copper, lead, nickel, tin and zinc. Consumers as well as producers of metals use the official prices of LME for their long term contracts pricing. There are over 400 LME approved warehouse in some 32 locations covering USA, Europe, the middle & the Far East. (At the moment there is none in India) Has both open outcry as well as electronic.

New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX)


New York Mercantile Exchange in its current form was created in 1994 by the merger of the former New York Mercantile Exchange and the Commodity Exchange of New York (COMEX). Together they represent one of world's largest exchange for precious metals and energy.

Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM)

Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) is the largest exchange in Japan and second largest commodity exchange in the world for futures and options. Crude oil, gasoline, kerosene, gas oil, gold, silver, aluminium, platinum and rubber are the commodities that are actively traded.

Shanghai Futures Exchange

Shanghai Futures Exchange is one of biggest exchange for copper price determination. It also deals in aluminium, fuel oil, rubber, etc.

Sydney Futures Exchange

Sydney Futures Exchange deals in interest rates, equities, currencies and commodities. Wool and cattle futures is its specialty.

London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE)

London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE) also know as Euro next. Among actively commodities trades are cocoa, robusta coffee, corn, potato, rapeseed, sugar and wheat. Robusta coffee prices are determined through this exchange.

National Multi-Commodity Exchange in India (NMCE)

National Multi-Commodity Exchange in India (NMCE) was first to get national status in India. It is promoted by commodity relevant institutions like CWC (Central Warehousing Corporation), NAFED (National Agricultural Co-operative Marketing Federation of India, PNB and other.

National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX)

National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX). Pulses like chana,urad,tur are most actively traded here. Other commodities like jeera, pepper, mentha oil , guar and wheat,etc are actively traded.

Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited (MCX).

Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited (MCX). Formed in Nov 10, 2003.The exchange has developed its reputation for trading in bullion, crude oil and mentha oil.

Dubai Gold & Commodity Exchange (DGCX)

Dubai Gold & Commodity Exchange (DGCX) was formed in Dubai. It is developed jointly by Dubai government as well as MCX and FTIL. At the moment it is trading in Gold but plans to trade in others also. Dubai has an advantage of its location of serving all time zones.

Dubai Mercantile Exchange (DME)

Dubai Mercantile Exchange (DME) is a joint venture between Dubai holding and the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX). It is still to be launched and is likely to be an active exchange for oil futures as it is in the centre of oil producing nations.
 
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