Osaka Mercantile Exchange

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Osaka Mercantile Exchange (OME) was a futures exchange based in Osaka, Japan that merged with the Nagoya-based Central Japan Commodity Exchange in 2007.

The exchange was formed on 1 October 1997 from the merger of the Osaka Textile Exchange and the Kobe Rubber Exchange; as of 1 January 2007 it merged into the Central Japan Commodity Exchange (C-COM).[1]

Trading was conducted at six specified session times through the day. Commodities traded were as follows:

  • Aluminium, for delivery at various warehouses in Japan
  • Nickel, for delivery to designated warehouses
  • RSS3 rubber, for delivery Kobe or Osaka
  • Rubber index, cash settled on an average of rubber prices at eight worldwide exchanges
  • TSR20 rubber, for delivery at Singapore warehouses

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  1. ^ "Commodities markets ink merger deal". The Japan Times. August 23, 2006.