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Bloomberg Terminal Training: Performing Company Research like a Wall Street Analyst

Bloomberg Terminal Training: Performing Company Research like a Wall Street Analyst

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


Looking to conduct company research more efficiently? Join us for an in-person training that will show Commerce employees how to build their own universe of companies and evaluate specific sectors on the Bloomberg Terminal.

This session will cover how to do the following:

  • Build lists of public and private companies
  • Create and refine criteria then export data to Excel (e.g., number of employees, revenue growth, sales per square foot)
  • Analyze market correlation (e.g., How are grain prices affecting the food and beverage industries?)

**WebEx is not offered for our Bloomberg series. Please plan to join us in the Commerce Research Library.**

The Bloomberg Terminal is a dedicated computer located in the Commerce Research Library, HCHB Room 1984. 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 Terminal trainings? Please contact us with suggestions on additional course topics.

Visiting the Library for the first time?

The Commerce Research Library is located in the northwest corner of the building on the first floor, directly below the gym. It has two entrances. The entrance to the Reading Room (room 1894) can be accessed via the 8th corridor elevator at the north end of the building. The entrance to the Business Library (room 1984) can be accessed from the 6th corridor elevator.

For more information, please visit library.doc.gov or email research@doc.gov.

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