A guide for using Bloomberg has been created and is located next to the terminal on Floor 1 in the Library.
An electronic version of the guide can be found here Bloomberg guide
Please remember, if you are using the terminal and require any help press you can press the green HELP key twice and chat direct with the Bloomberg help desk.
For the start of the new academic year we have revamped the online tutorial for students of business and economics. The new look tutorial has three sections:
- Search techniques
Through this section you will learn the first steps of developing a search strategy to find books and journal articles. Starting with the basics from Get Started and moving on to look at the process of literature searching.
- Identifying resources
This section will point you to sources of data, including: economic, social and panel, financial and market research. In addition to links to the key resources in these areas there are guides and video demos to help you use them.
- Referencing: why and how?
Once you have found information to use for your assignments you need to know how to give correct attribution to your sources. In this section you will discover why referencing is important, and
how to use referencing styles correctly.
The content previously provided through the database Datamonitor 360 is now available on a new platform, Marketline Advantage.
The main report categories of industries, companies and countries are still available and a new category for case studies has been added.
You can still access Business Insights reports through Marketline under the Reports & Briefs category.
The design of Marketline Advantage is very similar to that of Datamonitor 360. You can familiarise yourself with the new look and updated content through the tutorial video below:
Analyst reports on companies and industries are available through Thomson One Banker. The video below shows you how to log in to Thomson One Banker and search for analyst reports for a specific company:
You can also search for analyst reports by industry. To do this follow the link under Research in the Company Analysis menu to Conduct Research Report Search. You can then add criteria to your search including the industry, region and type of report:
Industry Search - selecting search criteria
Industry Search - adding search criteria
Chad Boeninger, the Business & Economics Subject Specialist at Ohio University Libraries has created this great video showing how to easily find international economic data with Global Market Information Database.
Warwick staff and students can access Global Market Information Database from the Library Catalogue.