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Bloomberg trading room

History and software basics

Bloomberg, founded in 1981 is a powerful and flexible financial and multi-media tool used by more than 300,000 market professionals in 174 countries.

The Bloomberg Professional® service and Bloomberg Terminal® seamlessly integrate the very best in data, news and analytics and provides transparent and reliable financial, economic and government information covering all major market sectors, namely; equity, fixed income, commodities and forex.

History and software basics

At Kingston Business School, we use Bloomberg to bring the real world of finance into the classroom, providing our students with access to the same information platform used by traders, investment bankers, portfolio managers, brokers etc. Through the 12 dual screen terminals, you can access company financials, market data spanning more than 30 years with charts, statistics, a communications platform and current news and proprietary research reports.

In short, most information required to undertake a detailed study on a company, sector, security, economy and country can be accessed using the Bloomberg Professional suite.

Please Note: Kingston Business School Bloomberg accounts cannot be used to place real-time trade orders or for any other trading activity directed towards personal or commercial purpose.

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