Tokyo Commodity Exchange
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The Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) is a non-profit organization, and regulates trading of futures contracts and option products of all commodities in Japan. The Tokyo Gold Exchange, the Tokyo Rubber Exchange, and the Tokyo Textile Exchange merged in 1984 to form TOCOM.
Traded contracts are:
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