Our database presents volume-weighted averages of transaction prices effectively practiced in the markets. As such, the prices presented in Commodity Price Database:
You can find a more detailed explanation of Intratec price data and how to use it here .
No. Subscribers can access commodity price charts and price data tables online (in the User Area on the Intratec website) and, depending on the subscription plan, may also download chart images (PNG, JPEG) and data tables (Excel) to work offline. Naturally, the subscriber must be logged in on the Intratec website (using the same email and password of the subscription) to access the data.
Our Commodity Price Database is updated in the beggining of every month, in a specific date according to our Data Update Schedule.
No. Kindly note that we offer no subscriptions for accessing a specific commodity or set of commodities from our database. You must choose among the available subscription plans and industries.
The data is obtained from the collection/refining of foreign trade data officially disclosed by the respective countries, which may be:
Subscribers are not allowed to change the coverage(s) of the respective subscriptions. In any case, subscribers can at any time upgrade their subscriptions, to include more coverage(s) of their interest. You can easily upgrade your subscription (to include more coverages) following the steps below:
As a subscriber, you will have access to monthly average prices for bulk quantities of commodities, as defined by official trade statistics issued by the respective countries. So while Intratec price data can be a useful guide in a number of situations, when used alone it may not capture specific and/or sharp price movements in periods of high price volatility. Therefore, we discourage using the monthly price data from Commodity Price Database as a reference of real-time prices of commodities.