RUSSIA - Refinitiv, formerly the Financial & Risk business division of Thomson Reuters, announced that its flagship data and information platform Eikon expanded data coverage to include derivatives market instruments by the Saint Petersburg International Commodity Exchange (SPIMEX).
The new data coverage features several derivative market instruments including oil, refined products, futures, and indices. The addition offers intelligent, reliable and live information and also equips local and global traders with enhanced visibility over the Russian derivative market.
Commodity market players can now benefit from access to comprehensive derivative data ranging from orders, trading value, settlement benchmarks, volume average prices, among other data points. The expanded coverage also features pre-trade information, daily transaction history, as well as intra-day product price variations. The new data is supported by Eikon’s powerful graphical and technical analytical tools that enable traders carry out efficient trading decisions.
“Our key strategy at SPIMEX is to ensure an accurate pricing reference for the Russian domestic and exported commodities market. As we provide high quality solutions to the marketplace, we continue to focus on strategic partnerships with global leading providers of market information. Our collaboration with Refinitiv is part of this vision and our data integration into Eikon marks a new phase in SPIMEX’s growth strategy,” said Alexey Gerasyuk, managing director, SPIMEX.
“The commodity market activity in Russia is of key significance to local and global traders. Our partnership with SPIMEX provides market professionals with invaluable data and powerful applications. This strategic collaboration confirms our commitment to providing our customer base with a wide spectrum of reliable and insightful commodity data,” said Antonio De Gregorio, Managing Director of Central & Eastern Europe and CIS, Refinitiv.