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USDA, USDA – WASDE, and CFTC COT data is now available and fully integrated into the industry's best charting and trading front end: CQG Integrated Client

Gain insight into ag markets and the supply and demand of major crops and livestock... more

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A long awaited feature is finally here on CQG! The Seasonal Study. Easily visualize seasonal price action and compare the current year to ten previous years of bar data. Perfect for traders interested in ag markets. Preferences allow you to... more

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End-of-day data for global markets now included CQG continues to bring value with global end-of-day data now included as part of the standard subscription service.

Now, you can access end-of-day data from 22 exchanges from around the world... more

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CQG's new Detailed DOM feature offers full transparency into the Exchange order book by price. See your order's place in the queue and the number of orders ahead and behind.

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We have added a new feature to the trade routing interfaces and the Orders & Positions display. This feature allows you to place trades with a designation and instructions and depending on the exchange, this feature will reduce your fees.... more

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Quickly cancel activation for orders in the Park Until and Time Till states by right clicking on the cancel button and selecting “Park Indefinitely.” This will save you an extra step.

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A new feature for your charting is coloring each bar’s price range with up to two previous overlapping bar’s price ranges.

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Requires .Net Framework 4.6 or higher CQG Version... more
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For traders of markets that are priced in fractions you can now display fractional prices that include a fraction of the fraction using what is referred to as Solidus (slash). For example, 112-16’1/4.

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CQG offers an estimate of where your order is in the queue of the Exchange’s order book.

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Requires .Net Framework 4.6 or higher CQG Version 2019 does not support Windows... more
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The popular moving average study has three additional moving average types: The Median, Trix (triple exponential smoothing) and the Exponential Hull Moving Average are now included as choices in the moving average study.

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