Dubai The Dubai Mercantile Exchange Limited (DME) recorded year-on-year trading volume growth of 19 per cent in 2011, it announced yesterday.
What does DME stand for?
DME stands for Dubai Mercantile Exchange Limited
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- Durable Medical Equipment
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- Defense Microelectronics Agency
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Dubai Mercantile Exchange Limited (DME) achieved the highest average daily volumes records during the month of July since the commencement of trading on the Exchange in June 2007.
The Dubai Mercantile Exchange Limited (DME) marked its third anniversary today with the announcement that average daily trading of its flagship DME Oman Crude Oil Futures Contract (DME Oman) has increased by 130% since 2008, averaging 2,955 lots since the start of 2010, equivalent to around 3 million barrels of oil traded daily.
THE Dubai Mercantile Exchange Limited (DME) has announced that the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued a public ruling (Revenue Ruling 2009-4) that the DME is now recognised as a "qualified board or exchange" within the meaning of the Internal Revenue Code.
DUBAI: The Dubai Mercantile Exchange Limited (DME) yesterday announced that it has won the "Exchange Newcomer of the Year" 2008 Award from FOW, a global derivatives magazine.