Commodity Exchange Inc.


Commodity Exchange Inc.
Commodity Exchange Inc.
 
[kə'mɔdɪtɪ ɪks'tʃeɪndʒ ɪn'kɔːpəreɪtɪd], Abkürzung COMEX, weltweit führende Warenbörse für Gold, Silber und Kupfer, Handel mit Futures und Optionen auf Metalle und Kerosin; ansässig im World Trade Center, New York. Zur technischen Abwicklung der Börsentransaktionen gründete die COMEX 1992 gemeinsam mit der Coffee, Sugar & Cocoa Exchange die Commodity Futures Clearing Corporation of New York.

Universal-Lexikon. 2012.

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