Commodities Exchange (COMEX)

MarketWatch  Sep 30  Comment 
Gold futures settled lower on Wednesday, pressured by a rise in the U.S. stock market and strength in the dollar. They tallied a 1.5% loss for the month, down 4.8% for the third quarter of the year, based on the most-active contracts. December...
SeekingAlpha  Aug 26  Comment 
MarketWatch  May 15  Comment 
Gold futures finished a dime higher on Friday, following a turn upward in the final minutes of trading on Comex. Prices found support from a weaker U.S. dollar and posted a gain of 3.1% for the week, their second weekly gain in a row. June gold ...
TechCrunch  May 10  Comment 
 “Wouldn’t it be neat to have a web browser on my Apple Watch?” No, no it wouldn’t. It’s a thought most smartwatch owners have had at one time or another — but in the end, we probably don’t want that. Comex, a well-known jailbreak...


This article is about the specific exchange that operates as a sub-division of the NYMEX, for Commodities Exchanges in general, see Futures Exchanges.

The COMEX is a subdivision of the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) specializing in the facilitation of metals futures trading. Originally an independent exchange, the COMEX was purchased by the NYMEX on August 3rd, 1994.

It should be noted that while the COMEX is fully owned and operated by the NYMEX, COMEX futures contracts are still functionally listed as though it were a separate exchange.

Basic Information

Exchange Symbols

  • Thomson Reuters: NC
  • Yahoo! Finance: .CMX

Trading Hours

  • Normal Trading Session: Unique for each futures contract, though generally sometime between 8:00 am and 1:30 pm, Monday - Friday
  • Electronic Trading Sessions: 6:00 pm - 5:15 pm, Sunday - Friday


Creating Articles for Futures Contracts Trading on the COMEX

To create an article for a futures contract listed on the Commodities Exchange, follow these steps:

  • Type the name of the futures contract with the word "futures" at the end (e.g. "Aluminum Futures") into the Wikinvest search box and click Search.
  • Assuming the article doesn't exist, click on the link adjacent to Be the first person to create the page.
  • Type {{commodity}}, [[category:COMEX Commodities]] and any other categories appropriate for the context (e.g. [[category:Grain Commodities]] or [[category:Energy Commodities]]) on separate lines into the text box and click Save page to create the article.
  • For a full list of categories, see the page on commodities.

See Also

Futures Contracts Traded on the COMEX

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