GlobalView Preps Excel-Like ‘CurveBuilder’

The platform offers an "Excel-like" interface for those used to pricing energy and commodities contracts using spreadsheets.

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Chris Harrison

MarketView CurveBuilder is integrated into users’ desktops so they can automatically import third-party data sources as well as their own proprietary data, and then export curves downstream to commodity and energy trading and risk management systems.

Many energy trading firms currently use Microsoft Excel to build forward curves, but spreadsheets have a number of limitations, says Chris Harrison, chief product officer at GlobalView.

Typically, Excel is not built into users’ workflow, so they

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