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List of futures exchanges

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List of futures exchanges

This is a list of notable futures exchanges. Those stock exchanges that also offer trading in futures contracts besides trading in securities are listed both here and the list of stock exchanges.

Contents

  • Africa 1
    • South Africa 1.1
  • Asia 2
    • Bangladesh 2.1
    • China 2.2
    • Hong Kong 2.3
    • India 2.4
    • Iran 2.5
    • Japan 2.6
    • Korea 2.7
    • Malaysia 2.8
    • Nepal 2.9
    • Pakistan 2.10
    • Philippines 2.11
    • Singapore 2.12
    • Taiwan 2.13
    • Thailand 2.14
    • Turkey 2.15
    • United Arab Emirates 2.16
  • Europe 3
    • Pan-European 3.1
    • Austria 3.2
    • Belgium 3.3
    • Czech Republic 3.4
    • France 3.5
    • Germany 3.6
    • Hungary 3.7
    • Norway 3.8

Africa

South Africa

Asia

Bangladesh

China

Hong Kong

India

Iran

Japan

Korea

Malaysia

Nepal

Pakistan

Philippines

Singapore

Taiwan

Thailand

Turkey

United Arab Emirates

Europe

Pan-European

Austria

Belgium

  • BELFOX (Belgian Futures & Options Exchange)

Czech Republic

  • OTE, CO2 emission market, Prague

France

Germany

Hungary

Norway

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