Bloomberg Market Concepts is a self-paced e-learning course that blends the fundamentals of financial theory with real-world events and data through a series of interactive and engaging tutorials that tell the story of finance from a practitioner’s perspective. Bloomberg Market Concepts consists of four modules – Economics, Currencies, Fixed Income and Equities – woven together from Bloomberg data, news, analytics and television.
Students can work through Bloomberg Market Concepts, an eight-hour e-learning course which provides a visual introduction to financial markets analysis whilst introducing essential Bloomberg Professional commands. This learning, together with the certificate of completion, is a valuable asset to students interested in pursuing a career in finance.
A Bloomberg terminal is an advanced computer system for professionals in business (primarily finance) and other industries to access, monitor and analyze real-time financial market data and place trades on its electronic trading platform. The system also provides up-to-date news, price quotes and messaging across its network.
Our Bloomberg subscription allows students to:
Documentation from Bloomberg
Bloomberg provides detailed documentation on the content and functionality of the database, including videos, sample spreadsheets, and more. When you are on the Bloomberg machine, enter to get to the main help page.
Some examples of the help documents available within Bloomberg:
Chat with a Bloomberg representative
If you want to chat with Bloomberg representatives directly, press the Help key twice to open a chat window.
The Faculty Research Center at KBS is host to many different international software and databases to support research and analysis and teaching activities for faculty. The Research Center is located on the 3rd floor of Building 24, Room 161.
KBS hosts Faculty Research Centre (Room 161) for faculty and three labs for students to use: