Tokyo Commodities Trading Volumes in Green Zone – Up MoM

The Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) announced  that September 2012 trading volume averaged 120,650 contracts per day, up 55.4% from August

The Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) announced  that September 2012 trading volume averaged 120,650 contracts per day, up 55.4% from August 2012. 

Average daily volume increased for all TOCOM contracts on a month-over-month basis: Trading in Gold, the most active product at TOCOM, was up 67.8% to 58,241 contracts. The Gold Mini was up 67.4% to 10,175 contracts and Platinum was up 56.4% to 19,026 contracts.

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Open interest at the end of September for all listed contracts totaled 321,803, a decrease of 6,877 (2.09%) from the prior month.

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