Platts Advances API, Data Delivery Strategy for Digitizing Commodities Markets

The company is rolling out two new APIs centered on oil as part of a broader push to bring commodities trading on par with cutting-edge equities markets.

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As part of its ongoing effort to move the commodities market into the digital age, S&P Global Platts is rolling out a string of new APIs aimed at helping commodities traders see and dissect the underlying factors that drive prices of physical assets.

As technology and electronic trading has taken hold in global markets, its rate of adoption in equities trading has far outpaced other asset classes, especially commodities—a finding that struck Silvina Aldeco-Martinez, when she took up her role as

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