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This research guide is designed to help you find key financial market information. It identifies resources in the specific areas of stocks, bonds, interest rates, mutual funds, and commodities.


Bloomberg provides current and historical financial information on equities, stock market indices, commodities, fixed-income securities, currencies, and futures for both international and domestic markets.  It also provides company profiles and financial statements, analysts'  forecasts, and news on worldwide financial markets. Please note: Boston College has an academic subscription and access is only available for the current Boston College Community.  

The University has two Bloomberg terminals:

  • O'Neill Library - main (3rd) floor
  • Fulton 260 graduate student computer lab - restricted to current Carroll School of Management graduate students and faculty.

For more information on Bloomberg at Boston College and how to use it, please visit the Bloomberg Guide.

Accessing Bloomberg

You must create your own Bloomberg login

  1. To access Bloomberg sign on to the computer with your BC username/password.
  1. Click on the Bloomberg icon.
  1. Press the green Enter (GO) key.
  1. Click the “Create New Login” link near the bottom of the page.
  1. Follow the instructions to create your own login.

Please limit your sessions to a half hour unless no one is waiting.

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