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Bloomberg

Bloomberg: An Introduction

More than 300,000 finance, business and government professionals interact each day through the Bloomberg Terminal platform. Boler students have access to the same real-time data on every market, news and research, and analytics.

The real-time financial service that provides current and historical data and financial analysis on approximately 5 million bonds, equities, commodities, currencies and funds. The electronic library comprises data on almost every publicly traded company and biographies of more than 1 million people. The system also provides news, price quotes, analytics and messaging across its proprietary, secure network from over 174 countries and 360 exchanges. Bloomberg market coverage includes: governments, preferred, corporate bonds, mortgages, money markets, municipals, equities, commodities, indices, currency, and derivatives. Everything is provided in single source, so information can be accessed, analyzed or archived with just a few keystrokes or clicks.

How to Earn Bloomberg Certification?

You complete the Bloomberg Market Concepts, an eight-hour, self-paced, e-learning course that provides a visual introduction to the financial markets. The Bloomberg Market Concepts course consists of 4 modules – Economics, Currencies, Fixed Income and Equities.  The four interconnected modules combine Bloomberg data, news, analytics and television. By taking BMC, learners familiarize themselves with the industry standard service through four interconnected modules.

Why Earn Bloomberg Certification?

When you earn Bloomberg Certification, you signal to employers that you are familiar with the functions and capabilities of Bloomberg, the gold standard financial markets data platform.

How to Start?

To access Bloomberg, you must reserve time here and use the Bloomberg terminal located in the Boler College of Business Computer Lab (SB-235).

You can create a Bloomberg account here.