Trading and Risk

Top 10 commodity data sources powering your pricing forecasting and analysis


Navigating dynamic commodity markets and managing large volumes of data is no small task. That’s why we’ve built a powerful CTRM solution to help aggregate and leverage more than 500 data sources alongside your own proprietary data, providing an unsurpassed breadth and depth of market insights to help our customers make confident decisions and minimize risk.

As the leading aggregator of energy market data, we know that accurate, real-time commodity data is the foundation for your analysis and critical business decisions. Using MarketView, our customers leverage these top 10 most popular data sources daily for their advanced analysis, optimization, forecasting and settlements. Here is your most valuable data in no particular order, as they are used for a variety of analysis and sometimes alongside each other:

CME GroupFour exchanges – CME, CBOT, NYMEX and COMEX – offer a wealth of futures and options data, driving insightful decisions in derivatives trading. 
PlattsPlatts offers rich data across diverse commodity markets. Its breadth and depth of coverage empower traders navigating commodity sectors.
ArgusArgus data sources illuminate the energy sector, providing comprehensive and insightful information on oil, gas, electricity and renewables. It is a go-to resource for energy-focused trading analysts.
OPISOil Price Information Service (OPIS) provides accurate pricing and news related to oil, gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, LPG, NGL and chemical products, aiding analysts in understanding the dynamic oil market.
Tullet Prebon (ICAP)Tullet Prebon (ICAP) delivers robust data from the interdealer broker market, providing crucial insights into market sentiment and liquidity.
NasdaqNasdaq, the home of tech-driven equities, offers essential data and trends in the equities and index markets.
EIAEIA is a treasure trove of U.S. energy statistics, facilitating informed decisions with comprehensive data.
NYSENYSE, the mecca of equities, offers ample data and trends for analysts eyeing the bustling stock market.
ICISIndependent Commodity Intelligence Services (ICIS) has a global network covering 143 markets which help customers identify opportunities, mitigate risk and optimize decision making.
ICEIntercontinental Exchange (ICE) provides access to futures trading information across a wide array of markets. Its global market data makes it indispensable for analysts seeking an international perspective.

Aggregate, analyze, trade and settle with MarketView

The ability to easily access and visualize these diverse data sources equips analysts to become nimble navigators, streamlines efficiency and act on insights. MarketView provides a single source of truth, connecting the front, middle and back offices so you can analyze, act, trade, and settle.

What other data sources do we have available? We are always onboarding new sources. See our full data catalog and get started today!

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