New York Cotton Exchange



  • noun a commodity exchange, based in New York, dealing in cotton and other commodities, and also in financial futures through the NYFE.


  • A historical futures and options exchange located in New York City that traded commodities like cotton, frozen concentrated orange juice and potatoes, in addition to interest rates, forex and indexes. The New York Cotton Exchange or NYCE merged with the Coffee, Sugar and Cocoa Exchange n 2004 to form the New York Board of Trade or NYBOT that became ICE Futures in 2007.