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About Commodity Research Bureau (CRB) With a history dating back to 1934, Commodity Research Bureau (CRB) has substantial experience in meeting the data and information needs of the agricultural, energy, metals, softs, financials and other commodity markets.
00 NA NASources: Authors calculations, based on data from Bureau of labor Statistics, Journal of Commerce, Commodity Research Bureau, National Association of Purchasing Managers, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.
The commodity markets impact every industry and now more so than ever this is evident throughout the world," said Eero Pikat, President of Commodity Research Bureau.
CHICAGO -- Commodity Research Bureau (CRB), the world's leading commodity and futures research, data and analysis firm since 1934, has launched an expanded Global Commodity Pricing Service that provides institutions with access to daily and historical commodity prices for over 1,000 commodities around the world.
24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Commodity Research Bureau (CRB), the world's leading commodity and futures research, data and analysis firm since 1934, launched a new monthly report titled the "CRB Futures / Commodity Price and Volume Report.
Commodity Research Bureau (CRB), a leading provider of futures market research, publications and data, is a division of Barchart.
9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Commodity Research Bureau (CRB), the world's leading commodity and futures research, data and analysis firm since 1934, was featured in a special report titled "Commodities" published by Inside Market Data.
The website also features B2B solutions offered by the various divisions of Barchart, including Digital Data Feed (DDF), Commodity Research Bureau (CRB) and AgriCharts.
16, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- "During the last two years, the price of gold has risen 88%, twice the pace of the broader Commodity Research Bureau Index which increased 44%.