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S&P Global Market Intelligence Adds Trucost Environmental Data to Xpressfeed

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Responding to market demand for unique and differentiated data, S&P Global Market Intelligence has released Trucost environmental data through its data feed platform Xpressfeed. Trucost, part of S&P Global, is a provider of carbon and environmental data and risk analysis. The environmental data is the first of several planned initiatives and releases from Market Intelligence to deliver Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) data solutions and capabilities from its delivery platforms.

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