U.S. and global public and private companies Industry surveys cover industry trends, forecasts, major players, key ratios, "How to Research a Company in ... Industry" tips. Screening tools for companies, markets, stocks and bonds.
Provides a user-friendly interface to ORBIS. Contains financial information on 60,000 listed companies and 65 million global private companies from 225 countries; bank and insurance reports; comprehensive ownership/subsidiary coverage; directors and contacts; market reports; business news and more. Create company lists based on multiple criteria.
Provides exclusive investment tools, up-to-date Morningstar financial data and research on 24,000 mutual funds, 10,000 stocks, and reports on more than 850 exchange-traded funds; research and independent opinions on mutual funds, stocks, and exchange-traded funds. Ratings and risk information are updated daily.The UTSA license is for TWO simultaneous users. When both seats are in use, you will see a username and password prompt. Wait 15 minutes and try again. Please click on the End Session link when you leave your session. Only a few people can use this database at one time.
Contains financial data on major privately-held companies including private financials and revenues, private M&A deals, private firm valuations, VC funding, private equity deal history, private and family ownership breakdowns, and more. Based on proprietary financial analysis and data technology, editorial quality review, and market research.
Also known as GMID (Global Market Information Database). Focus on consumer goods and services. Provides access to market research data, country reports, company profiles, and statistics on countries, consumers, and industries for over 350 markets and 205 countries. Demographic, economic, and marketing statistics for countries worldwide, as well as several years of historic market size data for many consumer products in multiple countries, plus 5-year forecasts. Consumer lifestyles, companies and brands.
U.S. and international public and private companies, private equity firms, active securities and company executives, board members and investment professionals worldwide. CIQ includes data on M&A/financing transactions, public offerings, corporate executives and board directors, compensation, news, filings, screening tools, chart builder, Excel Plug-In modeling tool, real-time market data and news, macroeconomic data, and more. The relationship tree helps identify connections among individuals and companies up to three degrees of separation.
S&P Capital IQ is only available on designated workstations at JPL 2nd floor workstations # 14 and 15 and College of Business at the Financial Studies Center. Please use the Capital IQ shortcut on the desktop to access the database.
Provides analysis and quotes for equities and indices; current company, industry, and market news; and economic data for countries around the world.
UTSA faculty, students, and staff can search Bloomberg from one of sixteen workstations. One workstation is located in the 2nd floor Information Commons in the John Peace Library building. The remaining fifteen workstations are located in the Financial Studies Lab in the College of Business. For assistance, please ask for help at the Information Desk on the 2nd floor of the John Peace Library building.
Bloomberg Terminal’s Log-in Requirement:
• Bloomberg is only available on designated workstations at UTSA.
• For first-time user of Bloomberg, after you log into a designated Bloomberg workstation at UTSA, then you must register with the Bloomberg system by using your UTSA email, in order to get your log-in ID and password from Bloomberg.