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The Turkish Derivatives Exchange (Turkish: Vadeli İşlem ve Opsiyon Borsası), commonly known by its acronym, TurkDex, is a Turkish futures exchange, trading contracts based on currencies, indexes, bonds, interest rates, and commodities. Trading at the exchange commenced on 4 February 2005. The monthly volume on all contracts is around 3.5 million.

As of August 2006 the exchange had 59 members.

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