Bloomberg is the ideal tool for evaluating and valuing corporate bonds, as well as for managing a portfolio of bonds. This article only scratches the surface of the available functions, but users that employ the techniques discussed here will find that they are off to a good start in utilizing Bloomberg. As your understanding of the system grows, you will undoubtedly find additional functions that fit your investment style. And as always, Bloomberg's help desk is a useful source of information on specific functions, as well as general topics.
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