40,000 fields to be available by the end of 2018, significantly increasing the 17,000 fields currently available.
Bloomberg’s Supply Chain data provides details on relationships that exist between a firm, its suppliers and its customers across a global universe of more than 123,000 companies, connecting these companies with over 1 million unique relationships.
The most comprehensive set of supply chain data on the market, including more than 10 years of historical relationship data.
Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG)
Bloomberg’s Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) data provides “best-in-class” metrics on companies’ environmental, social and governance factors, in conjunction with fundamentals, to support our customers — who are increasingly including ESG factors in their investment decision and risk management processes.
Bloomberg has a team of 44 ESG analysts covering approximately 10,000 companies; our data sources range from corporate responsibility reports, annual reports, ESG releases and proxy & corporate governance reports.
Bloomberg covers the entire financial reporting process of companies — from earnings to preliminary releases to full fundamentals. With fundamentals data on more than 85,000 companies (both active and inactive) starting from the late 1980s; this dataset is the backbone of Bloomberg’s Equity solutions.
Bloomberg’s Fundamental coverage includes current and normalized historical data for the balance sheet, income statement, cash flows statement and financial ratios, as well as industry-specific data for communications, consumer, energy, health care and many more.
The Bloomberg Industry Classification Standard (BICS) and the Bloomberg Barclays Classification System (BCLASS) support the investment process by organizing legal entities and securities into consistent peer groups according to specific activities and risk categories.
Bloomberg’s classification content includes more than 5 million public and private instruments across multiple asset classes and more than 2.5 million legal entities.
Bloomberg provides derived consensus estimates for all companies by brokers’ financial estimates for more than 18,000 companies globally.
All estimates used in the consensus data are current and conform to the applicable accounting standards.
Bloomberg’s data on shareholder and debt-holder security ownership information contains transaction and position data from unique fund portfolios, institutional investors and insiders from 179 countries across more than 50,000 instruments globally.
Bloomberg’s Corporate Actions data contains more than 50 action types across mandatory and voluntary corporate actions for equities and fixed income instruments. Leveraging more than 900 elements that enable front office, middle office and operations users to find the specific data points they need — even for complex events.
Bloomberg leverages the same identifiers in corporate actions as in our instrument and legal entity databases; our Corporate Action content is seamlessly linked to instruments and legal entities for custodians, asset servicers and other industry participants.
ISO formatting makes it easy for firms to follow industry-standard data practices.
Futures and Options
Bloomberg’s new Future and Options subscriptions deliver to clients, ahead of time, all listed derivative products that are on the Bloomberg Terminal® with the identifiers exchanges will accept, thus minimizing breaks in trading, limiting the need for multiple feeds with different exchanges and eliminating the need for numerous manual processes.
Every day, Bloomberg’s Futures and Options data provides more than 200 reference and pricing data points across more than 170 exchanges globally.