GlobalView Releases New Version of MarketView Desktop with Advanced Features
CHICAGO, IL: GlobalView, provider of enterprise-wide market data solutions for the commodity industry, has released the new version 6.5 of MarketView Desktop.
MarketView Desktop enables users to access a wide- collection of global energy and commodity market data in one easy-to-use SaaS-based platform. It delivers a variety of ways to display, track and analyze real-time and historical market data as well as global news and proprietary data. It improves workflow, integrates robust and flexible data interfaces and is accessible anywhere in the world. In addition, users can export and update data in Excel spreadsheets, view pricing information on their mobile device and deliver market price data to their middle and back-office systems, including Commodity Trade Risk Management (CTRM) and Energy Trade and Risk Management (ETRM) systems.
With the new release of the version 6.5, users get a wide range of new features including aggregate NYMEX block trade- a privately negotiated options or combination transaction that is permitted to be executed apart from the public auction market, per-year statistical analysis for seasonals, customizable line styles for seasonal years, news header adjustments to see more headlines at a glance and ability to save inline formulas as User Defined Formulas and export or import them individually or as a whole folder.
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