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GlobalView Adds The Petrochemical Standard's (TPS) Asia Aromatics Price Assessment Bulletins

CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - July 16, 2014) - GlobalView, a leading provider of data management solutions for the energy and commodity markets, announces the addition of The Petrochemical Standard (TPS) Asia Aromatics reports to the comprehensive content offering on their industry leading MarketView® data management system.

The Petrochemical Standard is a leading commodity price assessment and analysis service for the global petrochemical marketplace that provides superior market intelligence on core market fundamentals. TPS incorporates the latest independently sourced prices for a variety of petrochemicals with authoritative news and analysis for worldwide markets.

"Adding TPS price assessment data to MarketView's comprehensive data offering provides industry professionals with unprecedented insight into current petrochemical prices with a view into the underlying fundamentals driving that price today and tomorrow," Eric Hale CEO, The Petrochemical Standard said. "TPS' strategic relationship with GlobalView is a natural fit with the strengths of both firms. It provides the market with unique intelligence on petrochemical trading opportunities around the world, a view that has not existed in this form until today."

GlobalView customers are now able to access The Petrochemical Standard's Asia Aromatics information, which includes reports for toluene, benzene, isomer-MX, methanol, paraxylene, and styrene via their MarketView product suite. With MarketView, users can view their own customized workspace via the internet regardless of their location, giving them instant access to the most comprehensive set of global, real-time and historical energy and commodity data, proprietary data, advanced charting, and analytical tools. Users can also export and update data into Excel spreadsheets, view pricing information on their mobile device, and deliver market price data to their middle and back office systems, including ETRMs, confirmation, invoicing, and EDP systems. This fully hosted, SaaS-based application helps customers reduce support costs by eliminating additional requirements for on-site technology infrastructure.

About GlobalView
GlobalView's MarketView solution aggregates mission-critical real-time, historical, and internal proprietary energy and commodity market data into a single platform for use on an enterprise-wide basis. GlobalView provides both front and back office solutions and offers one of the only SaaS-based solutions in the market, delivering unprecedented levels of portability and accessibility to customers while working in the office, at home, or on the road traveling. With offices and personnel in Chicago, Houston, New York, Calgary, London, and Singapore, GlobalView provides prompt and comprehensive support to customers around the world. For more information, please visit: www.marketview.com.

About The Petrochemical Standard
The Petrochemical Standard's "fundamentally different" price assessments and analysis are based on market fundamentals that improve accuracy and transparency by connecting actual market fundamentals to traditional price discovery. The combination provides unique insights into market behaviors and leads to actionable information. Founded in 2014 by team of experienced industry experts the company provides information to the global petrochemical marketplace through its offices in London, Houston, Singapore and Salt Lake City. For more information, please visit: www.petchemstandard.com

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