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CQG Adds Platts Data for Energy Industry Customers

With the addition of Platts' end-of-day data sets, customers can do all of their analysis within the CQG environment.

CQG is now providing Platts data to its customers in the energy industry, the order execution, charting, and analytics provider for global, electronically traded futures markets announced today.

Platts is the leading global provider of energy information and the world’s foremost source of price assessments in the physical energy markets.

“Now our energy industry customers can do all of their analysis within the context of the CQG environment, with the inclusion of Platts’ end-of-day data sets,” stated Doug Janson, CQG Energy Product Manager, in the release. “Our coverage consists of the most popular Platts’ Dispatch categories including worldwide petroleum, gas, and power products.”

Platts data along with CQG’s extensive exchange traded derivatives coverage, gives customers some of the most in-depth energy information in the industry, according to the company.

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