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commodity exchangenoun [C]

uk   us   also commodities exchange
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET a place where large quantities of substances or products such as oil, metals, grain, coffee, etc., are traded: At least three commodity exchanges cancelled their morning trading sessions. the New York/Tokyo/London Commodity Exchange
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