TSE Finance Lab is equipped with dual-screen PCs and wall monitor for financial news. PCs have also a number of statistical programs installed (e.g., R/RStudio, Eviews, Stata, Matlab, SAS).

PCs have LSEG Workspace (former Refinitv Eikon) with access e.g. to Datastream. To get more information about the Workspace and using Datastream to download data, visit our RAHA area in Moodle. You can also visit e.g. https://libguides.mit.edu/rws

Other databases are available on a more temporary basis. In 2024, we have access to Orbis Europe and Bloomberg Terminal as a courtesy of Liedon Säästöpankkisäätiö.

The Bloomberg Terminal is a computer software system provided by the financial data vendor Bloomberg L.P. that gives access Bloomberg Professional Services through which users can monitor and analyze real-time financial market data.

Orbis Europe is a financial and business database on Europe’s largest 600,000 public and private companies by total assets. 43 countries are covered. Orbis Europe (formerly known as ‘Amadeus’) is a product of Moody’s Analytics (earlier of Bureau van Dijk which Moody’s bought). The database provides standardised annual accounts (consolidated and unconsolidated), financial ratios, sectoral activities and ownership data. Orbis Europe is suitable for research, e.g., on accounting issues, competitiveness, ESG, economic integration, applied microeconomics, business cycles, economic geography and corporate finance.

TSE Finance Lab can be found at Turku School of Economics on the third floor in ls34. It is available Mon-Sun 8 am to 8 pm with the TSE access tag.