The Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM)
HISTORY | The Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) was established on 1 November 1984 through the merger of the Tokyo Textile Exchange, (established in 1951), the Tokyo Rubber Exchange (established in 1952) and the Tokyo Gold Exchange (established in 1982). In January 2011, Tokyo Grain Exchange, Inc. (TGE) began using the TOCOM's trading and clearing system.
MARKET POSITION | TOCOM is Japan's largest derivatives trading platform, offering futures contracts on precious and industrial metals, oil-related energy products, and rubber. Its gold, rubber and crude oil contracts constitute benchmark prices.
OFFICIAL WEBSITE | http://www.tocom.or.jp