Sep 1 2020
Stream More Market Data in Excel with the cmdtyView Excel 2.0 Release
The 2.0 version of anything is always better, right? The answer is yes, which means the release of cmdtyView Excel 2.0, the latest upgraded solution for streaming market data in Excel alongside physical commodity prices, and global fundamental data, is new, improved, and better than ever.
The release includes all new data, tools, and features that are focused on helping commodity traders, risk managers, research analysts, and data scientists power bespoke research and analysis directly within Excel. Already a cmdtyView Excel user? Don’t worry, all current cmdtyView Excel users will automatically get access.
All new data and enhancements for cmdtyView 2.0 include:
- New Proprietary Data
- New Fundamental Data
- New 3rd-Party Data Sets available for subscription
- A variety of software enhancements including:
- Support for 90+ technical indicators available historically and in real-time
- New custom expressions and spreads, in addition to 20+ built-in expressions
- Enhanced ability to discover data with improved symbol browser
- Now view real-time futures option chains with access to historical option data
Not sure where to get started? No worries! We are providing multiple Excel Add-In templates at launch for users to build off of a series of popular and sophisticated analytical frameworks. These pre-built templates were explicitly designed to support the commodity trading industries across agriculture, energy, and metals and are the easiest solution to get up and running quickly with streaming commodity prices in Excel.
You can access cmdtyView Excel on a standalone basis or through a cmdtyView Pro subscription. Our market data platform cmdtyView Pro is our cutting-edge solution for commodity trading workflows and provides users with access to all of the physical pricing and commodity data that is available within the cmdty ecosystem. To subscribe for a free trial of cmdtyView Excel, please click here. To learn more about cmdtyView Excel, please click here.