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COMEX Commodities Exchange

In 1933, COMEX was established through the merging of 4 smaller american commodities exchanges : the National Metal Exchange, the Rubber Exchange of New York, the National Raw Silk Exchange, and the New York Hide Exchange.

In 1994, two separate entities, the New York Commodities Exchange (COMEX) merged with another division called New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX).

New York Mercantile Exchange Inc. is a publicly traded company that handles billions of dollars worth of metals, energy products and other commodities.

Commodities traded on COMEX include platinum, propane, crude oil, copper, aluminium and natural gas.

The prices quoted on the NYMEX are the basis for the prices people pay throughout the world. NYMEX is regulated by an independent agency of the U.S. government, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and every individual company that trades must send their own independent broker. It is then the job of the exchange employees to record the transaction, while having no part in the actual trade.

New York Commodities Exchange News
DateTimeCOMEX News Headlines
2018-04-2315:39:00Metals Tied to Russia Slide on Softer Sanctions Position
2018-04-2311:01:00Dassault Aviation souligne son engagement en Inde en délocalisant un comex à New Delhi
2018-04-2311:01:00Dassault Aviation souligne son engagement en Inde en délocalisant un comex à New Delhi
2018-04-2311:01:00Dassault Aviation souligne son engagement en Inde en délocalisant un comex à New Delhi
2018-04-2019:49:00Stronger Dollar, Higher Treasury Yields Hurt Gold
2018-04-2016:14:00Stronger Dollar, Higher Treasury Yields Hurt Gold
2018-04-2014:10:00Republic Metals Corporation Achieves Re-Certification With The RJC Chain-of-Custody Standard
2018-04-1614:55:46BKEN - Uplisting To QB Status
2018-04-1614:55:46BKEN - Uplisting To QB Status
2018-04-1614:55:46BKEN - Uplisting To QB Status
2018-04-1614:55:46BKEN - Uplisting To QB Status
2018-04-1609:00:00CME Group Reaches Record International Average Daily Volume of 4.7 Million Contracts in Q1 2018, Up 38 Percent from Q1 2017
2018-04-1309:26:00Les sanctions américaines mettent le marché de l'aluminium en émoi - Market Blog
2018-04-1213:30:00Silver Industrial Demand Rebounded in 2017; Mine Supply Recorded Second Consecutive Loss
2018-04-1120:35:00Gold Settles Higher, but Edges Lower After Fed Minutes
2018-04-1118:05:00Gold Rises as Political Tensions Ramp Up
2018-04-1112:17:00Aluminum Extends Rally After Exchanges Ban Rusal Metal
2018-04-1020:34:00Copper Climbs as Trade Worries Abate
2018-04-0922:28:25Additional Proxy Soliciting Materials (definitive) (defa14a)
2018-04-0521:44:00CME Group Announces All-Time Overall and Non-U.S. Hours Agricultural Daily Volume Records

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