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Manila Commodity Exchange

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Manila Commodity Exchange

Manila Commodity Exchange
Private Limited
Industry Financial Services
Headquarters First Trade Center, Ayala Avenue, 1202 Makati, Philippines
Key people
Chairman: Ramon Velda; Vice Chairman: Eduardo M. Laurente; CEO: Gabriel Cabili
Products Futures and options contracts on precious metals, base metals, energy, agriculture commodities, currencies

Manila Commodity Exchange (MCX) is a commodity and derivatives exchange located in Ayala Avenue, Makati, Philippines. MCX currently has 84 registered members throughout the Philippines. MCX provides a platform for trading of commodities, futures contracts and options contracts on various base metals, agriculture commodities, energy, and currencies. The monthly volume on all contracts is around US$12.6 million.

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