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Bloomberg Terminal

Bloomberg Terminal Login Screen

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Bloomberg Terminals offer access to real-time and historic trading data, analytics and research, and news for global financial markets.

Bloomberg is a professional on-line database that provides real-time and historic trading data, analytics and research, and news for global financial markets. The markets include but are not limited to government securities, corporate securities, mortgage, money-market, indices, currency, commodities and equities.

Why use Bloomberg?

Bloomberg is used to monitor the news on a company, industry, economy. It finds stock prices and price information on commodities and currencies, as well as members of S&P 500 or other equity indices. Bloomberg is also used to build and maintain stock/bond portfolios.

The Bloomberg terminals are located in the FSIT Lab and the Mini Lab (Room T-54.)

bloomberg iconTo launch Bloomberg, click the "BLOOMBERG.INK" icon on the desktop or: Start > All Programs >Bloomberg

After launching Bloomberg, you will see the above page, which asks you to login and provides customer support phone numbers.  bloomberg_login

After clicking the red key DEFAULT, Bloomberg will allow you login with a user name and password. If you don't have one, you may create an account by clicking the green key GO.

Create an Account

There are 5 steps to create an account:

  1. Choose a language

  2. Fill in your contact information

  3. Choose your interests and answer if you have used

  4. Choose your user name and password

  5. Verify your information you entered in the previous steps

Now you have created your account and can login, but to get the full functionality, you have to wait until you get a phone call from a Bloomberg representative. Usually, you just need to wait a few minutes.

There are three ways to logoff from Bloomberg: 

  1. Typing OFF

  2. Right click and choose EXIT then OK
     
  3. Press the red DEFAULT key on the keyboard

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