The Tokyo Stock Exchange is anxious to list a number of exchange-traded funds from overseas “as early as possible,” TSE President Atsushi Saito announced at a press conference, The Wall Street Journal reports. In particular, the exchange is interested in commodity ETFs.

“We are setting the details, and there isn’t anything we can publicly announce at the moment,” he said. Noting that New York Stock Exchange parent company NYSE Euronext is working with the TSE on trading systems technology.

“We welcome the opportunity to assist the Tokyo Stock Exchange in developing products and services that create value and growth opportunities for customers of both exchanges,” said a spokesman for NYSE Euronext.

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