Bobst terminals currently unavailable due to facility closures. Please use alternatives listed on this page. If your course, program, or research specifically requires the use of the Bloomberg terminal, contact your instructor or advisor immediately.
Bloomberg is a terminal-bound financial services platform that provides analysis and quotes for equities (stocks) and indices, company and economic data for the countries of the world, real-time and historical industry and market news, and advanced analytical and data functions. It is an industry standard in the financial services and investment banking industries. NYU's terminals do not include the trading module and market data is delayed by 15 minutes.
The following terminals are owned and administered by their respective schools (not by the library). Access policies are set by each school and may not include all members of the school's community. NYU affiliates outside of these School's communities, school alumni, and non-NYU-affiliates cannot access these terminals. No exceptions.
Stern School of Business:
Tandon School of Engineering: Rogers Hall, 2nd Floor: Twelve terminals available only to Tandon students, faculty, and staff.
School of Professional Studies (SPS): Contact your instructor, advisor, or department chair for details. Available only to select SPS degree programs, faculty, and staff.
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences: Contact your instructor, advisor, or department chair for details. Available only to Courant students, faculty, and staff.
Bloomberg must be used at the terminal; there is no remote access. You can recognize the terminal by its distinctive hardware: two monitors and a color-coded keyboard.