We've Partnered with The Oil Market Journal!

We're excited to announce that we've partnered with The Oil Market Journal (OMJ), a leader in oil market pricing, news and analytical solutions. OMJ will join the cmdty Pricing Network and make their proprietary pricing available through Barchart’s data services and cmdtyView - the leading analytic solution for physical commodities. Check out the press release here to learn more!

We've Collaborated with SSI!

We're excited to announce a collaboration with SSI that empowers agribusinesses to connect more effectively with their growers by making data like contracts and scale tickets from SSI’s Agvance software available within Barchart’s Marketplace apps. Check out the full press release here to learn more.

cmdtyView has been named the Best Buy-Side Commodities Trading Platform!

We're excited to announce that cmdtyView, our flagship commodity trading platform, has been named the Best Buy-Side Commodities Trading Platform by WatersTechnology. The Buy-Side Technology Awards recognize market-leading platforms and technologies that help buy-side firms manage their workflows more efficiently and effectively. Read the full press release here to learn more.

Final 2020 U.S. Production and Yield Forecasts for Corn and Soybeans now available!

We're excited to announce our Final 2020 cmdty Production Forecasts at 15,324M bu for corn and 4,157M bu for soybeans in the U.S, which incorporates forecasts for end of season yield at 180.4 bu/ac for corn and 50.1 bu/ac for soybeans in the U.S. This represents an increase in expected production and yield for corn, relative to the October 6 report, which predicted end of season production at 15,119M bu and end of season yield at 178.2 bu/ac. Soybeans also saw expected production and yield decrease from 4,190M bu 50.5 bu/ac, respectively. Read the full press release here to learn more.

We've Partnered with PanXchange!

We're excited to announce that we've partnered with PanXchange, the leading benchmark price provider in US Hemp and the defacto benchmark price provider for US Frac Sand (proppant). PanXchange will join the cmdty Pricing Network and make their benchmark prices available through Barchart’s data services and cmdtyView - the leading analytic solution for physical commodities. Check out the press release here to learn more!

Get Market Data In Excel with cmdtyView Excel

Sometimes you can’t do everything you need to in software. cmdtyView Excel is the easiest way to access market data in excel and power deep analysis and research to ultimately automate and improve your workflows. Check out our latest blog post here to learn more!

Register for our upcoming webinar with PanXchange!

Join us on Wednesday, November 11th for a live webinar with PanXchange! This webinar will provide attendees with an in-depth look into the cmdty Pricing Network (CPN) and the data being provided by PanXchange, the leading Hemp and Frac Sand benchmark provider. Reserve your spot here!

October 2020 WASDE Recap

Couldn't make it to our WASDE Webinar? Check out our recap blog post for a summary of need-to-know information and key takeaways ahead of the the October 2020 WASDE Report.

Barchart Data now available through CME Group DataMine Platform!

We're excited to announce that our cmdty Crop Production and Yield Forecasts and benchmark cmdty Grain Basis and Price Indexes are now available to consumers via CME Group's DataMine platform! Built and delivered through the cmdty by Barchart product line, these innovative data products, which were built using geospatial intelligence and machine learning techniques, help futures traders and grain professionals make more informed trading and grain marketing decisions. Read the press release here.

October U.S. Production and Yield Forecasts for Corn and Soybeans now available!

We're excited to announce our October cmdty Production Forecasts at 15,119M bu for corn and 4,190M bu for soybeans in the U.S, which incorporates forecasts for end of season yield at 178.2 bu/ac for corn and 50.5 bu/ac for soybeans in the U.S. This represents a decrease in expected yield for corn, relative to the September 2 report, which predicted end of season yield at 178.4 bu/ac. End of season yield for soybeans remains the same at 50.5 bu/ac. Check out the press release here to learn more.