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Merage School Resources: Bloomberg Terminals

Bloomberg Terminals

 

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A Bloomberg Terminal showing two monitors with lots of financial data, and a special colorful keyboardThe Center for Investment and Wealth Management (CIWM)—an activity, research, and networking hub in the Paul Merage School of Business—sponsors and administers Bloomberg Terminals for the Merage School and for current UCI affiliates (i.e. current UCI students/faculty/staff).  The CIWM grants Bloomberg Terminal access by appointment only, strictly for scholarly, non-commercial research.  

Please direct Bloomberg Terminal questions to the CIWM.

To request an appointment:

  • Call the CIWM at 949-824-2675
    OR
  • Email both the CIWM (ciwm@merage.uci.edu) and Lee Anne Maki, the CIWM’s Associate Director (lmaki@uci.edu).  
    • In the email, please include:
      • Subject:  Bloomberg Terminal Access Request
      • Your name
      • Your school and department
      • Your designation (i.e. faculty, postdoc researcher, graduate or undergraduate student, staff)
      • A brief statement of your research need(s) 
    • Click here to start your request email.
       

Tip:  Do I need to use a Bloomberg Terminal?  
A Bloomberg Terminal is mostly for faculty and doctoral students doing advanced research that requires lots of of granular or time-series data.  If you're not doing that type of research, then the UCI Libraries have other databases with similar information; plus they're relatively easier to use too!

For database recommendations, look under the menus such as COMPANY and FINANCE, located on the Business and Economics Research Guides. 
 

Tip:  I set an appointment with CIWM.  How do I use a Bloomberg Terminal?  
Please explore Bloomberg's Getting Started Guide.

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