EOX Grows Energy Curves, Joins CME Cloud

Lisa Causarano, director of electronic and market data sales, EOX

EOX, the data business of energy commodities interdealer broker OTC Global Holdings—a consortium of 18 brokerage houses—is expanding the datasets it sells with the addition of end-of-day forward curves and implied volatilities on electric power forward contracts.

The broker expects to make the new data available at the end of November—including curves and volatilities for on-peak and off-peak forward contracts—adding to its existing forward curves for natural gas contracts, which it launched in

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