Bloomberg Terminal


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Bloomberg Terminal

A software program that offers a great deal of information in real time. It provides prices, trends, and analysis of securities. It is available as a subscription service for a fee. It is owned by Bloomberg LP.
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Just chart GS on Google/Yahoo finance as I watch its green phosphorescent flicker on my Bloomberg terminal.
The company's strength - delivering data, news and analytics through innovative technology, quickly and accurately - is at the core of the Bloomberg Terminal.
Asset TV is a founding partner of the Bloomberg terminal video service, extending the reach of content to a global audience of 350,000+ institutions.
Bloomberg Terminal is a computer software system provided by the financial data vendor Bloomberg, which allows subscribers to monitor and analyse real-time financial market data and place trades on the electronic trading platform.
The Bloomberg Terminal is a computer software system provided by the financial data vendor Bloomberg that enables professionals in the financial service sector and other industries to access the service through which users can monitor and analyse real-time financial market data and place trades on the electronic trading platform.
It's not as easy as going on the Bloomberg terminal and looking at the P/E and saying the stock is expensive or cheap.
People who trade in the zero-sum game of capital markets all need to have a Bloomberg terminal, or Thomson Reuters data, and look at lots of traditional price information, earnings estimates and so on.
The companys strength delivering data, news and analytics quickly and accurately is at the core of the Bloomberg Terminal.
Founded in 2011, Kraken is a constituent of the CME FI Bitcoin Index, was the first bitcoin exchange to have its market data displayed on the Bloomberg Terminal, the first to pass a cryptographically verifiable proof-of-reserves audit, and one of the first exchanges to offer leveraged bitcoin margin trading.
The study is based on an analysis of data from Google Trends and news archives from the Bloomberg Terminal, dating from November 17 to December 8.
George Pike reports on the recent Bloomberg terminal outage and what that could mean for the financial information giant's competitors.
The company has more than 315,000 terminal subscribers globally, with each Bloomberg terminal costing more than $20,000 (13,015.