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July 12, 2018

OTCGH Announces Freight Forward Curves

OTC Global Holdings LP (OTCGH), an independent interdealer broker in over-the-counter commodities, has announced the availability of its latest data product, Freight Forward Curves powered by EOXLive.

The Freight Forward Curves provide an independent market valuation tool to support investment and trading decisions in freight markets across the globe. As with all OTCGH Market Data products, the product draws from the deep liquidity of OTCGH’s breadth of brokerages and leverages the company’s EOXLive broking/trading platform which combines the convenience of electronic trading with voice broking's unique ability to provide market color and create bespoke transactions.

Covering 20 locations and products, the Freight Forward Curves offering includes daily assessments provided in monthly granularity, 36-month tenor produced daily, BALMO prices for all locations, and three model runs at 10 a.m., 2:30 p.m., and 4 p.m. CST.

“Thanks to our large volume and market share we were able to expand into the Freight Forward Curve space and provide clients with a high-quality, affordable option they can have the utmost confidence in,” said Campbell Faulkner, Chief Data Analyst at OTCGH. “This new tool perfectly complements our growing suite of data offerings and is another example of how OTCGH is helping traders, risk managers and other market participants make more informed decisions at the increasingly rapid pace today’s market demands.”

The new product joins the expanding suite of data resources from OTCGH, which includes end-of-day forward curve reports for: natural gas basis and power forward contracts each with 120 months of monthly granularity from across hundreds of locations, Natural Gas Implied Volatilities product covering basis options markets data, Power Implied Volatilities covering North American electricity options, Natural Gas Liquids Forward Curves, Power/Natural Gas Forward Correlations, Crude Oil Forward Curves, Coal Forward Curves and refined products forward curves.

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