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Bloomberg Terminal Training: Using Bloomberg like a Wall Street Analyst

Bloomberg Terminal Training: Using Bloomberg like a Wall Street Analyst

Date:
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Time:
9:30am - 10:30am
Location:
Reading Room (HCHB Room 1894)

Description:

Please join us for a training that will show Commerce employees how to build their own universe of companies, and then evaluate specific sectors on the Bloomberg Terminal. 

This session will cover the following:

  • Build your own universe of public and private companies
  • Create criteria like number of employees, revenue growth, sales per sq ft to refine
  • Analyze market correlation (i.e., Is the food and beverage industry correlated with grain prices?)
  • Export it to excel 

(Note:  WebEx is not offered for this series. Please plan to join us in-person.)

New to Bloomberg? 

The Bloomberg Terminal is a dedicated computer located in the Commerce Research Library, HCHB Room 1894.  The Terminal has current and historical data on more than 5 million commodities, currencies, bonds, equities, and funds.  It also provides company profiles, financial statements, trade and economic data, analysts’ forecasts, mergers & acquisitions, foreign exchange, and in-depth news on a variety of global topics.  Bloomberg Law and Bloomberg News are also included on the terminal.

Interested in more Bloomberg training?  Please contact us with suggestions on additional class topics.