Bloomberg is one of the world’s premier financial databases and provides data on equities, indices, commodities, currencies, and more. Information on M&A deals, IPOs, and league tables are available in pre-build and customized screens. Excel API and Launchpad allow you to analyze data and customize views. BU<GO> takes you an online training center with videos and BLP has documents covering top functions.
When to use:
Use to find nearly any type of financial data, including quotes and technical analysis of U.S. and international securities. Bloomberg provides access to leagues tables for underwriters of equities, fixed income, and mergers & acquisitions. Three terminals are available in the Management Library. Students will need to create their own Bloomberg account on the system. This video https://vimeo.com/454454320 describes how the account approval process works during the pandemic.
- Account required
- Restricted access
Access during COVID-19 is via Bloomberg Disaster Recovery program. This program will cease on December 31, 2021. Access will return to on-campus terminals in 2022. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information on access.
If you have an existing Bloomberg terminal login associated with your Cornell e-mail address: Go to https://bba.bloomberg.net. Enter your Cornell Bloomberg username and password. Verify your identity with the code sent to your e-mail or mobile device.
If you do not have an existing Bloomberg terminal login: Request a Bloomberg Market Concepts (BMC) username and password at https://portal.bloombergforeducation.com/. Once you have created a BMC account contact the library at email@example.com for instructions on the next steps.