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Introducing… SDC Platinum

By |2022-06-27T09:10:15+01:0011/01/2017|Libraries|

Mergers, acquisitions and equity issues form part of the day-to-day business environment. Researchers in such transactions might involve: IPO data Equity (share) issues The M&A market Cross-industry or cross-country transactions. If you're doing some serious ...

Looking for case studies?

By |2021-11-23T15:07:13+00:0013/06/2016|Libraries|

Case studies are used in many business schools to study real-life business and management scenarios. They can be particularly successful in generating discussion and debate around business themes. In MIRC, we are often asked where ...

Introducing… the Bloomberg API

By |2021-11-23T15:07:18+00:0008/06/2016|Libraries|

Did you know that, just like Datastream, it is possible to access Bloomberg data via Excel? The Bloomberg API, as it is better known, delivers Bloomberg data into Excel for your own custom analysis and calculations. Help ...

Introducing… Datastream charting

By |2021-11-23T15:07:18+00:0026/05/2016|Libraries|

Datastream users, did you know that you can produce charts using the Datastream Excel add-in? No? Well, check out the Datastream Charting function on the PCs in MIRC and the SoM Computer Studio.   Clicking on 'Chart' on the Excel ...

Introducing… Datastream

By |2021-11-23T15:05:16+00:0021/05/2015|Libraries|

Datastream is one of the world’s largest and most respected financial databases. It provides access to historical data across the full range of financial instruments globally – from companies, markets and economic indicators to commodities and derivatives. ...

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