Expanded C-COM begins trading in Nagoya, Osaka OSAKA - The Central Japan Commodity Exchange, which absorbed the Osaka Mercantile Exchange on Monday, began trading in Nagoya and Osaka on Thursday.
What does OME stand for?
OME stands for Osaka Mercantile Exchange
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We have 61 other meanings of OME in our Acronym Attic
- Operational Mission Environment
- Optical Multiservice Edge (Nortel)
- Optimal Manning Experiment (US Navy)
- Options Made Easy
- Optronics & Missile Electronics (UK)
- Oral Mechanism Examination (speech pathology)
- Oral Motor Exercises (used in speech pathology)
- Orbital Maneuvering Engine
- Order of Magnitude Estimate
- Original Manufacturer Equipment
- Osteopathic Medical Education
- Otitis Media with Effusion
- Outer Mailing Envelope (marketing)
- Overall Machine Efficiency (paper production)
- Ohio Mid-Eastern Regional Education Service Agency
- Ohio Mid-Eastern Regional Education Service Agency (school districts services)
- Office of Minority Educational Affairs (Cornell University; Ithaca, NY)
- Ohio Municipal Electric Association (Columbus, OH)
- Ohio Music Educators Association
- Oklahoma Music Educators Association
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22, the Nagoya-based Central Japan Commodity Exchange signed a deal with the Osaka Mercantile Exchange to merge Jan.
22, the Nagoya-based Central Japan Commodity Exchange signed an agreement with the Osaka Mercantile Exchange to actualize their merger on Jan.
20 Kyodo The Osaka Mercantile Exchange said Thursday it will terminate its cotton yarn futures trading, Japan's only cotton yarn futures market that dates back 110 years.
OSAKA, June 19 Kyodo The Osaka Mercantile Exchange (OME) said Wednesday it will start trading futures contracts on nickel from Sept.
Bansei also intends to engage in trading in cotton yarn and rubber futures in the Osaka Mercantile Exchange.