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Nasdaq Commodities

Nasdaq Commodities is the trade name of Nasdaq Oslo ASA, a commodity derivatives exchange authorized by the Norwegian Ministry of Finance and supervised by the Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority. All exchange transactions are subject to centralized clearing through Nasdaq Clearing AB under the clearing rules for Commodity derivatives.

Nasdaq Commodities


Nasdaq Commodities offers access to the world's largest power derivatives market and one of Europe's best established carbon markets. It offers cash settled financial electricity derivatives contracts related to price indexes quoted for electric power in the several European countries, as well as derivatives and spot carbon credit contracts. More than 350 members from over 18 countries are currently participating in the market, including a wide range of energy producers, large energy consumers and financial institutions. All exchange transactions are subject to centralized clearing through Nasdaq Clearing AB. Nasdaq Commodities is the trade name of Nasdaq Oslo ASA, a commodity derivatives exchange authorized by the Norwegian Ministry of Finance and supervised by the Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority.

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