London Commodity Exchange

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London Commodity Exchange

The London Commodity Exchange (LCE), formerly the London Futures and Options Exchange (FOX), listed deriviatives contracts on soft commodities and dry cargo freight before merging with the London International Financial Futures Exchange (LIFFE) in 1996.[1] Both are now part of the sprawling NYSE Euronext Group of securities exchanges.

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  1. London Commodity Exchange (LCE). GlobalInvestor.com.