Bloomberg Puts BSE XBRL Data on Terminal

Bloomberg users can now access Bombay Stock Exchange data via a faster and more accessible format.

Bloomberg users can now access Bombay Stock Exchange data via a faster and more accessible format.

Bloomberg has added company financial data from corporations listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) in the eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) format to its Bloomberg Professional terminal, to make it easier for subscribers to compare fundamental data on Indian companies. 

The exchange is the first in India to adopt the XBRL taxonomy published by the country’s Ministry of Corporate Affairs for the filing of company financial statements. Since February 18, the BSE has received more

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