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Bloomberg @ Turchin Library  

Guide to using the Bloomberg Financial system.
Last Updated: Oct 11, 2013 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Authorized Users

Priority use of the terminals is for currently enrolled A.B. Freeman School of Business students completing course assignments.

Contractual obligations limit use to currently enrolled A.B. Freeman School of Business students and faculty. 



What is Bloomberg?

Bloomberg L.P. is a financial news service founded by Michael Bloomberg in 1982. The Bloomberg system is a leading information service for global financial markets.  At least 250,000 terminals are used by investment professionals around the world.  The main function of a Bloomberg terminal is to provide an integrated platform that streams together price data, financials, news, trading data, and more.

Bloomberg provides current and historical financial information on individual equities, stock market indices, fixed-income securities, currencies, commodities, and futures for both international and domestic markets.
Bloomberg also provides company profiles and financial statements, analysts'  forecasts, news on worldwide financial markets, and audio and video interviews and presentations by key players in business and finance.

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