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Commodity Research Bureau Launches Expanded Global Commodity Pricing Service
CRB provides access to daily and historical global commodity market data
CHICAGO, IL – July 27, 2010 – Commodity Research Bureau (CRB), the world’s leading commodity and futures research, data and analysis firm since 1934, has launched an expanded Global Commodity Pricing Service that provides institutions with access to daily and historical commodity prices for over 1,000 commodities around the world. The service includes coverage of futures, options and cash market data. Through CRB’s Global Commodity Pricing Service, firms involved in the commodity markets, including financial institutions, trading firms and commodity producers, processors and purchasers, have access to the most extensive daily service for commodity market data available. In addition, the service provides access to in-depth historical commodity prices with history extending back over 75 years in the case of some instruments.
“CRB has been providing commodity pricing to the world for over 75 years and now we have expanded our coverage to many new market centers,” said Eero Pikat, President of CRB. “With the rapid growth of investments into commodities over the past 10-years, we are dedicated to continuing to be the premier provider of data, research and analysis to commodity market participants around the world,” added Pikat.
In addition to global commodity market data , CRB has expanded its coverage of fundamental commodity data, including supply and demand data, as well as production and consumption information for over 100 commodities. CRB fundamental commodity data is updated weekly, monthly, quarterly and annually, depending on the frequency of related reports. CRB also maintains an extensive database of historical fundamental commodity data.
For more information, visit www.crbtrader.com .
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