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In an industrial context, "exchange" refers to the process of exchanging goods, services, or financial assets between individuals or organizations. The exchange industry encompasses the trading, clearance, and settlement of various assets and products, including securities, commodities, currencies, and derivatives.

Some examples of industries related to exchange include:

  1. Stock exchanges and securities trading
  2. Commodity exchanges and futures trading
  3. Foreign exchange and currency trading
  4. Derivatives trading and financial product exchanges
  5. Electronic trading platforms and marketplaces
  6. Clearing and settlement services
  7. Financial data and market information providers.

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