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  • GlobalView’s Adds BM&F BOVESPA Real-Time Data to Leading Agriculture Data Offering

    GlobalView’s latest addition of real-time BM&F BOVESPA data rounds out its comprehensive agriculture data offering that covers the United States, Canada and South America. “With the addition of BM&F, the primary exchange in Brazil, we are introducing agricultural professionals to a new and improved way of managing ag market data,” said Charlie Trauger, Director of Agriculture at GlobalView. “Customers are able to access faster, smarter, and simply better ag data from any desktop or mobile device due to the breadth of our ag data and our advanced analytical tools.”

    July 23, 2015
  • GlobalView Adds Energy Metro Desk News and Surveys to Market Data Offering

    GlobalView, a premier provider of enterprise-wide market data solutions for the commodity industries, announces the addition of leading trade news publications Energy Metro Desk and Metro Desk Tealeaves and Early View gas storage reports into its MarketView® solution.

    July 8, 2015
  • GlobalView Now Offers Exclusive Real-Time Delivery of Fast Weather Benchmark Data

    GlobalView, a premier provider of enterprise-wide market data solutions for the commodity industries, proudly announces the integration of Fast Weather real-time weather forecast models into its MarketView® solution. Fast Weather provides real-time delivery of all key U.S. government weather forecast models. Fast Weather Benchmark provides real-time delivery of analytics that instantly convert a Fast Weather forecast feed into meaningful Gas Weighted Degree Day (GWDD) values. Exclusive to GlobalView, customers can access the instantly calculated GWDD formula with updated, regional baseline temperatures.

    July 1, 2015
  • Available Ahead of the USDA, Genscape & GlobalView to Deliver the Industry’s Most Accurate, On-Demand Corn Crop Data

    Earlier this year, rain levels across the Midwest were so substantial that planting was delayed, but according to USDA reports released on May 4, planting progress in the U.S. has reached above 55 percent for the current growing season and is back on schedule, aided by ideal weather conditions across much of the region in the past few weeks.

    May 6, 2015
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