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EDI and the Commodities Research Bureau Team up to Deliver the Best Quality Commodity Pricing Data

Exchange Data International (EDI), a well established provider of Securities Corporate Actions and Reference Data, today announced a new commodity pricing service in collaboration with the Commodities Research Bureau (CRB), the world’s leading commodity and futures research, data and analysis firm since 1934.

With this partnership, EDI is now able to offer its clients comprehensive End-of-Day commodity pricing and fundamental date services covering over 1000 markets worldwide. The new commodity pricing service provides daily global Futures, Futures Options and Cash pricing data as well as commodity fundamental data covering global supply and demand, production, stocks etc…

“Since 2007 we have been providing clients with equity and bond end-of-day prices. Adding commodities to our pricing suite was the next step.” says Jonathan Bloch, CEO at EDI. “We are happy to partner with CBR, one of the biggest names in commodities data, and ensure our clients receive clean accurate historical data and timely updates.”

“EDI is now able to license end-of-day commodity futures, futures options, cash price data and commodity fundamentals from CRB a division of Barhcart.com,” said Eero Pikat, President of Barchart. “We are excited to partner with EDI; our new relationship will open new markets and allow EDI to serve clients with global commodity market data from the market leader in commodity research, CRB.” said Pikat.

As usual EDI is offering a flexible solution fulfilling clients’ specific commodity data requirements. Clients of this service can purchase historical data and subscribe to the daily file update service for one or several selected markets or the complete universe.

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