Japanese exchange will use the same technology as OSE from 2016
The Tokyo Commodity Exchange said on
Friday it has signed a deal with the the Osaka Securities
Exchange to use its domestic peer's derivatives trading
As reported in FOW in September, OSE and
Tocom have been moving toward closer alignment for some time as
the Japanese group continues to work on expanding its asset
class coverage, with a deal between the exchanges long touted
by analysts and local market.
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